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.
Despite endless speculation on social media, Tony Lee is focusing on helping Poole in their bid for promotion.
September was a frustrating month in multiple quarters for the Dolphins, despite starting off so strongly.
Tom Killick revealed his ire over paperwork complications denying him the opportunity to name prospect Joe Wickham on the bench for Poole’s 1-1 draw against Salisbury.
Tom Killick lead the tributes to club captain Jamie Whisken – with the stalwart defender reaching 350 games in Poole colours.
Poole Town only had themselves to blame after a dreadful showing in Hertfordshire was capitalised upon by the Southern League Premier South’s basement boys.
Tom Killick again reiterated the tight budget Poole Town are operating this season on – leaving the stalwart unable to readily add to his beleaugered squad.
Tony Lee sits alone atop of the Southern League goal standings after grabbing his fourth brace of the campaign against Taunton Town – with half of his goals this campaign coming from headers.
Most goalscorers in the Southern League collect a bonus when they find the back of the net – but Tony Lee is finding that his fine start to the season is costing him after pledging to local charity SPRING.
Tony Lee backed up his manager’s claim that he is the best striker in the league by scoring two goals to salvage a point for Poole Town against Taunton Town.