Boro' register a point
Gosport played their hearts out but narrowly missed out on three points on a damp afternoon at Privett.
The weather may not have been the best but it certainly didn't dampen the encounter.
The Boro’ kicked off with great momentum. Pat Suraci used his pace and trickery down the line and kept The Magpies defence on their toes from the start.
The first goal of the game came in the 18th minute for Dorchester with a curling free-kick finding the back of the net from Archie Collins right boot - the keeper unable to get down to his right hand side.
Ten minutes later, Gosport hit back. A blistering run down the right hand side by Zak Sharp saw his shot hit the post before Craig McAlister grabbed his second goal in as many games.
The big talking point of the game came in the 31st minute when Harry Medway was shown the red card after appearing to have held Neil Martin.
Dorchester’s second goal came give minutes before the break when Ed Bastick's shot from a tight angle found his way past the keeper.
On the brink of half time, Stephane Bombelenga brought the home fans back to life when his effort from 40 yards levelled The scores.
The second half started with a ten man Gosport putting in a real shift to get something out of the game. Emotions were high in both teams and with some bad tackles, the referee had to have a word with a select few players.
Out of nowhere, Jason Smith healed The Boro’ into the lead with just five minutes left after a corner was whipped into a busy six yard box - Dorchester failing to pick up the Gosport number eight.
However, in the last minutes, Dorchester broke the hearts of the Gosport fans when Gary Bowles found himself through on goal and poked the ball into the back of the net.