Dorchester Town's scoring problems continue as Kane Ingram helps Weston-super-Mare to victory
Two goals from Kane Ingram condemned Dorchester Town to defeat against Weston-super-Mare as the Magpies' scoring problems continued.
The Somerset side had all but wrapped up three points at half time when Ingram struck from the penalty spot, before doubling his tally on the stroke of half time.
Dorchester have now failed to score in their last three games, and the return of Tom Nichols - who has signed on loan from Exeter City was not enough to compete with an impressive Weston side.
The Somerset team move up to fifth in the Blue Square South division, while Dorchester sit in ninth place ahead of Saturday's clash with Hayes and Yeading.
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Weston dominated the first half and found the breakthrough on 21 minutes when Neil Martin conceded a penalty. Ingram found the net from the spot to hand the hosts a deserved lead.
The Magpies were restricted to half-chances in the first period, and were punished shortly before the break when Ingram sealed a brace when he struck on the rebound after Nabi Diallo's initial shot had been saved.
Sam Malsom looked bright for the Magpies after half time, but Dorchester failed to score.
The Magpies have not won away from home in almost a month, and will look to put things right when they visit Hayes and Yeading at the weekend.