WEYMOUTH defender Ollie Harfield believes the Terras are on the verge of turning around their unfortunate Vanarama National League form.

Harfield played the full 90 minutes and created an assist for Cody Cooke as Weymouth were narrowly beaten 4-3 by Torquay United on Monday.

Weymouth have now lost 10 league games this season – remarkably nine by just a single goal – to occupy 22nd of 23 teams in the division.

Harfield stated his belief results will soon turn around after an impressive display against Torquay – leaders by 11 points.

He told Echosport: “It was a crazy game, we knew we were up against a good side but I thought we matched them in the second half – massively.

“We weren’t really at the races in the first half but we came out second half and gave them a right go. Unfortunately it wasn’t to be again.

“They’re head and shoulders above everyone else, you can see that in the league table. We’ve got to take positive signs into Eastleigh (on Saturday).”

On his assist, he added: “I was happy with it, I thought it was a good ball. But, like I said the other day, it doesn’t really mean anything if we’re not taking any points away.

“We’ve got to look at it as if we gave one of the best teams in the league one of the best games they’ve had this season – they said that to us.

“(Torquay) summed up our season. We’re pushing teams really far but it’s a lack of something that we’re still trying to put our finger on.

“Experience? Game management? There’s plenty of games left and hopefully we can turn it around.

“I don’t think we’re far away at all. There are so many games we’re losing by one goal. We’ve just got to rectify that.”

Dorset Echo

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