DORCHESTER Sports had to come from behind to win at Sturminster Newton but did it in fine fashion hitting four second-half goals.

The county town side kept the same 11 that won against Holt United at the Avenue last week but Jamie Samways and Dan Peart were back on the bench.

Sports started sloppily and were behind after just five minutes when the ball bounced in between centre-backs Cormac Lochrie and Jason Read and the home striker nipped in to slot past Sam Turner in the Sports' goal.

The visitors then settled and started to get forward and put the away defence under pressure and drew level when Joel Hewitt cut in from the left and his right-footed shot found the bottom corner.

Will Turland worked hard up front on his own for Sports and ran the channels well and hi side took the lead when Turland found Jamie Symes and Symes struck his 10th goal of the season just before the break to give Dorchester the lead.

Sports come out in the second half with a real spring in their step and it was one-way traffic for long periods of it.

Turland made it 3-1 on 50 minutes then he teed up Gareth Will to smash home the fourth.

Turland then completed his brace as he danced his way through the Stur defence before slotting into the corner and the best strike of the day come from Will as he smashed his long distance shot into the net.

The Cherries had a man sent off late on for an off-the-ball incident and Jason Read was Sports' first man to see the new sin-bin rule, but with only two minutes left, Sports cruised to victory.

Sports: Turner, Heal (Peart 70), Lochrie, Read, Sibley, Amor (Samways 60), Hewitt (Beasley 65), Symes, Gatehouse, Turland, Will