Duchy Premier Dobwalls 0 Lamerton 2 LAMERTON were missing Kev Swift and keeper Lee Hunter for this game, but Paul Breyley took the gloves and did a fine job. James Steer in attack and Rob Dicken in defence made impressive first appearances and Lamerton outplayed Dobwalls in the first half with some good football. Unfortunately, they could not find a goal. Dan Healy had the first chance; he ran onto a Steer through ball with the keeper rushing out of his area to intercept. Healy got there first and had the goal gaping from 25 yards, but the covering defenders easily cleared his weak left foot shot. Rich Searle for the visitors was finding space down the left and he almost scored as he cut inside the area, but the Dobwalls defence made vital blocks. At the other end there were occasional scares, but Simon Breyley and Dicken were resolute. The best move of the match saw Healy feed Steer's run and he squared toward James Healy, whose clever dummy put Simon Kelly unmarked on goal, but he blazed over and it stayed 0-0 at half time. An eventful second half saw Dobwalls increase their bickering and the referee, who had already produced three cautions for dissent, sent off the Dobwalls captain with a second yellow. Dobwalls continued in their protests and another player followed ten minutes later when, already on a yellow, he deliberately prevented a quick free kick. More chaos was to follow, a Dobwalls substitute swore towards the referee who duly gave him a straight red card. Eight men for the home team, yet the game was still 0-0. Lamerton should have kept their heads, but they rushed chances. Dan Healy hit the bar from a free kick and it wasn't until five minutes remaining that they finally broke the deadlock. Good work from Searle saw him square the ball to the back post and captain Simon Breyley, pushing forward from the back, was in the right place at the right time to tap home for an exciting winner. Dobwalls deflated and Dan Healy made it 2-0 in the final minute. l On Saturday Lamerton are away to Roseland, kick- off 2.30pm.