Weymouth manager Mark Molesley admitted Jordan Ngalo’s performances have been a real highlight despite a difficult run of form for the Terras, say the Dorset Echo.

Ngalo has been playing out of position in a more defensive role of late, but has emerged with some fine performances capped with a display in the 2-2 draw against Hartley Wintney that immediately stuck out.

Molesley said: “I think that has probably been one of our bigger positives to come out of our sticky spell that we have blooded a young, good player with loads of potential and it is not his natural position that he is playing but I think that has been a real highlight for us.”

Ngalo, 19, joined the Terras in December and made his debut during the 5-0 win over Redditch United at home, replacing Josh Carmichael in the 76th minute.

Ngalo scored his first goal for the Terras with a memorable curling effort in February with the last kick of the game to cement a 3-1 win at home to St Neots Town.

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