North Dorset thump struggling Weymouth
North Dorset 85, Weymouth 5
JAY Westcar scored five tries as North Dorset Rugby Club took advantage of a struggling Weymouth side to pull off an emphatic victory.
North Dorset scored 13 tries as they recorded their second win of the season, leaving them in eighth place in the Southern Counties South league table.
Weymouth have endured problems surrounding player availability this season. The south coast club were forced to call off their game against Wells seven days previously – and finished their clash against North Dorset with four flankers playing in their backs.
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Westcar took five minutes to open the scoring as he sprinted through for his opening try, before doubling his tally soon after.
The hosts continued to dominate with Lewis Muster and Tom Dymond-Andrews securing the bonus point midway through the first half.
Westcar scored two more tries before the break, giving North Dorset a 40-0 lead.
The home side continued to press after the restart with David Marsh grabbing two tries, along with a score from winger Joe Willoughby.
Captain Tom Hooper drove over for another try, before Willoughby scored his second try of the game.
Weymouth finally got on the board when Liam Berry went over the line for a consolation try – but Hooper and Westcar completed the rout with two late tries. Bede Davis also scored ten conversions for North Dorset.