TOM Killick described as a "huge achievement" Poole Town's 2-1 win at Met Police to continue their play-off pursuit.

Jake Scrimshaw netted Dolphins' winner in the 65th minute after Ethan Chislett's effort had cancelled out Marvin Brooks's opener.

Boosted by the return of boss Killick to the dugout after a six-match stadium ban, Poole became only the second visiting Southern League South side to win at Imber Court this season.

Killick told the Daily Echo: “I was very pleased with the performance.

"It is a huge achievement from the players to perform how they did.”

He added: “To have Scrimshaw, James Constable and Sam House, it’s given us more firepower than we’ve had in recent seasons.

“They’ve all played a big role. They’ve all put in vital performances and scored key goals.

“Jake is just one of those players that is relentless, his workrate is immense. He never gives defenders a moment of peace, whenever there is a sniff of a goal he is there chasing it.

“We’re very grateful to Bournemouth for letting us have him.”

Tomorrow, attention turns to Poole’s mouth-watering clash with Dorset rivals Weymouth at Black Gold Stadium (3pm).

The Terras need four points from their final two games to clinch the Southern League South title, while Dolphins are hoping to hold on to their play-off berth.

“To have a game in terms of an occasion so big, a scenario where the game is vital to both teams, it’s going to enhance it significantly," said Killick. "If it were only meaningful for one team, it would have watered it down quite a lot.

“The fact that it has quite a bit of significance for both teams does make it a really big occasion.

“They’re the best team in the division from what I have seen.

"Over the years they have underachieved until they brought in Mark Molesley. However, we won’t make it easy for them. Hopefully, we can postpone their celebrations until next Saturday or hope for results elsewhere to go their way.”