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 put a halt to their slump with a convincing win away at Walton Casuals, with Tony Lee converting a hat-trick of penalties.
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.
Despite endless speculation on social media, Tony Lee is focusing on helping Poole in their bid for promotion.
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.
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.
It’s time for another Cross-Stour derby, this time in the Southern League Cup – and with so little distance between the two clubs, there is no surprise there has been quite a bit of overlap in playing personnel.
A team of amateur cyclists set off at 7am today in a bid to cycle 100 miles to Wembley stadium – with the group not just stopping there in the bid to raise money for a very special charity.
Dolphins boss Tom Killick is more than happy to see striker Tony Lee scoring for fun – but rejected claims that his side were solely relying on the in-form hitman for goals.
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.