Terras striker Brandon Goodship is targeting many more goals for the club after reaching his 50-goal landmark for the club.
Goodship broke through the middle of the Taunton Town defence before slotting the ball under the Taunton goalkeeper, Lloyd Irish to bring up what he called a ‘good milestone’.
Weymouth finished 3-1 victors at the Viridor Stadium and booked themselves a place in the next round on the FA Trophy, where they will face Street at the Bob Lucas Stadium.
Speaking to theterras.com after the match Goodship said that he was pleased with the team’s performance. “I thought that was up there with one of our best performances since the start of the season,” he said. “It’s always a tough place to come, Taunton are a good side who went unbeaten last year for a very long stretch of games, we obviously ended that back at our place in the league.
“I thought we carried on from where we left off, we moved the ball around very well, especially in the first half.
“We created some good openings and managed to take the lead before half-time. I thought the boys were different class today, back to front I didn’t think there was anyone who had a bad game.”
When asked about reaching 50 goals for the club, Goodship joked that he was unsatisfied that he hadn’t reach the total within 50 games.
“I am happy to reach 50 goals for the club, a bit annoying that it was in 51 games, it would be nice if it was even. It was a really good milestone for me and I’m delighted to reach that landmark. Hopefully more to come!”
Weymouth are back in league action this weekend and travel to Basingstoke Town, a match Goodship says Weymouth can’t afford to take slightly.
“We can’t rest on our laurels, our attention moves straight on to Basingstoke on Saturday. They are obviously another tough team, there are no easy games in this league, it’s a tough place to go and we are looking to prepare right during the week to go again.”