Elated Dorchester Town manager Callum Brooks felt his side’s unforgettable 7-1 thrashing of Merthyr Town went “beyond” the definition of a good night, the Dorset Echo say.
Brooks, overseeing just his second game as boss, watched on as Dorchester battered the Martyrs, scoring four goals in the space of 10 minutes late in the game.
Luke Winsper had opened the scoring and Tom Blair doubled the Magpies’ lead just before half-time.
A Sam Jackson own goal failed to disrupt Brooks’ troops as Antonio Diaz and sub Noah Keats each tucked away braces before Ben Seymour added his 18th goal of the season.
Speaking to Echosport, Brooks could not hide his delight, saying: “I’ve had worse nights!
“I couldn’t be more pleased. The lads were excellent again. We went there with a disciplined gameplan.
“We knew if we did the ugly stuff right we’d get opportunities with the quality we’ve got in the group and the lads executed it to a tee, which has resulted in a very good night for the club.”
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