WEYMOUTH manager Mark Molesley said the Terras scored goals “at great times” during their commanding 6-2 victory over Farnborough.
Harry Baker netted a brace, while Matt Tubbs, Josh Carmichael, Brandon Goodship and Ben Thomson also got on the scoresheet.
The win, Weymouth’s third league triumph in succession, moves the Terras up into fifth in the Evo-Stik Southern League Premier.
And Molesley told Echosport his side’s attacking play gave him “lots to be pleased about”.
He said: “I think we were good on the ball. We scored our goals at great times but they pegged us back and made the game more uncomfortable than it should have been.
“We used the ball well, created chances and took them, so there’s lots to be pleased about.”
Asked for his biggest positive on the night, Molesley felt it was the variety of goalscorers on show, but he also lavished praise on midfielder Carmichael.
“I think the goalscorers. Harry Baker scored two, Tubbsy scored – we had four forwards who have all scored and hit the net.
“Sandwiched in between was a cracker from Josh, which was pleasing.
“Not many people strike a football like him. You always knew it was going to come eventually, it was just a case of when.
“But he’s in the team for other reasons as well, he showed that defensively.
“He won headers, balls and set up people on the counter attack for us,” he said.
Next up for the Terras is a trip to St Neots on Saturday (3pm).