Poole Town outgunned lowly Kings Langley in a contest where attackers dominated and defenders were left in their wake all afternoon, wiping away any memories of the Dolphins’ shock defeat to Kings Langley earlier in the season.
Poole Town showed hallmarks of their early season form as they battled to a draw with fellow promotion hopefuls Taunton Town.
Poole Town failed to win at home for the fourth game in a row as they were were held by Chesham United in what was in all truths a boring afternoon.
Poole Town crashed to a third defeat in a row at home after another damp display hampered by controversial referee decisions, but again showed little heart or desire to mount a comeback.
Poole Town put a halt to their slump with a convincing win away at Walton Casuals, with Tony Lee converting a hat-trick of penalties.
Poole Town again failed to stir from their current rut in form after falling to defeat at the hands of Southern League South & West side Frome Town, going out of the FA Trophy at the first attempt.
Poole Town looked a shadow of their selves as Truro cruised to a 4-1 victory, with Dolphins offering little in resistance.
Poole Town will be left wondering how they managed to concede four in a game they had control of for large periods.
A professional Poole performance was enough to see of a resolute yet weakened Merthyr meaning Dolphins enjoyed their international trip coming back over the Severn with three goals and three points.
Dolphins had Tony Lee to thank again after the striker continued his mesmerising form with another late winner.