MARK Molesley hailed Yemi Odubade for rolling back the years as he scored a stunning opening goal to send Weymouth on their way to a 4-0 victory over the Met Police.
The victory over their title rivals sees Weymouth now five points clear at the top of the table, with a goal difference eight better than that of closest rivals Taunton Town.
Molesley said: “I think the fans got their money’s worth, they have seen good goals, two great attacking teams going at it.
“Two young, energetic sides. A couple of old boys in there as well, Yemi Odubade, what a strike from him rolling back the years. I thought he was fantastic, his movement for that strike.
“Again a vital goal for us, the same at Hartley Wintney, he scored the first goal then and he scored the first goal (against Met Police). His experience is paying dividends for us at the moment.
“It is hard to point out anyone (against Met Police) there were some fantastic displays out there.”
However, Molesley did say that it was not a “promotion party” and says his team need to move on.
Molesley said: “We are not getting carried away. That was not a promotion party, that was a good performance, one to be proud of but now we have got to move on.”
The win also marked the Terras’ fifth clean sheet in their past six league matches, with only Swindon Supermarine having scored in the league against Weymouth in that time.
Molesley said: “We defend together, we attack together, when we score goals it starts from the back a lot of the time.
“When we defend we try and stop it from the front as well, so it is a real team effort and it has had to be.
“I think we have shown some improvement, we scored four goals against a good side against Met Police and fortunately this time we have kept a clean sheet as well, which is vital.
“If you want to do well you have got to keep it tight at the back as well.”