BRIDPORT Reserves fell to two second half goals despite goalkeeper Billy Fleet having little to do in the Dorset Premier League encounter.

Bridport started well and were able to craft opportunities but failed to take them.

Sherborne was similarly quiet and failed to truly threaten the Bridport goal.

Ultimately both sides could not pick up enough traction to break through and score a goal, as the first half ended 0-0.

However, Sherborne came out of the blocks well and crucially they were clinical as two second half goals saw them take all three points.

They did not have to wait long either, as Aaron West fired in past Fleet in the 50th minute.

Marc Caines then struck for Sherborne again as they extended their lead, despite Fleet having had little to do throughout the contest.

Despite Bridport introducing Dan Baggs, Chris Herbst and Anthony Carlile they could not rescue a way back into the match.

The result leaves Bridport 14th in the table with four points from their first five matches.

Meanwhile, a brace from Riley Weedon and a Josh Hunter goal saw the Bees reserves earn a 3-0 win at home to Shaftesbury Town Reserves on Wednesday night.