Poole Town welcome unbeaten Hayes & Yeading to the Black Gold this weekend in what is undoubtably Dolphins’ toughest test of the season so far.
If there was any doubt whether Lee is totally committed to the Dolphins despite
higher level clubs circling Step Three’s top goalscorer, they should be removed
when watching the passion and intensity Lee celebrates every goal with.
Tom Killick was upfront and frank when discussing Luke Burbidge’s midweek absence, revealling that the stalwart winger was weighing up his options.
Poole Town boss Tom Killick was full of praise for Southern League Premier South strugglers Merthyr, with the Martyrs pushing Poole all the way despite an eventual 3-0 win for the Dolphins.
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.
Poole Town boss Tom Killick lauded youngster Will Fletcher for both his performance and patience as the striker again came off the bench to help Dolphins to another three points.
There have been some talented strikers to represent Poole – but Killick believes Lee is a different type of striker to Poole’s legends of the past.
Dolphins had Tony Lee to thank again after the striker continued his mesmerising form with another late winner.
Tony Lee’s 15 goals from 13 games is attracting attention from National South clubs – but despite informal enquiries, manager Tom Killick is calm when discussing his star striker’s future.
Poole Town’s current focus is plugging away in search of more points as manager Tom Killick admitted that this year’s Southern League Premier South will be Poole’s hardest campaign in years.