All three of the Port’s goals came after the break, in the form of sublime strikes from Elliot Osborne and Dion Charles and a Jack Sampson tap-in. Just as it appeared the Bucks’ night could not get any worse, Amari Morgan-Smith was shown a straight red card late on and will miss the next three National League North games. Rob Edwards’ side remain third bottom and have not won on their travels since beating basement boys North Ferriby United 2-0 on October 21. Southport have set a club non-league record by winning six games in a row at Haig Avenue. Dom Smith was making his Telford debut, having joined from county rivals Shrewsbury Town. The 22-year-old – who spent the first half of this season on loan at the Port – was alongside skipper Shane Sutton at the heart of the Bucks defence. Also coming into the side was Jordan Murphy, whose confidence was lifted with a hat-trick in a 6-0 Shropshire FA Huddersfield Cup semi-final win at Market Drayton Town last week. Top scorer Marcus Dinanga also bagged a treble in that game but was on the bench, as was fellow forward Kane Richards – signed earlier in the… Read full this story
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