THE Whites saw off a spirited fightback from the visiting side to record their second home victory in a row with a 4-1 win at the Ray Mac. 

Salisbury put four past Dorchester Town, including a brace each from new signing - and ex-Dorchester player - Toby Holmes, and Tuesday night's hero George Colson. 

Colson scored a last minute penalty in the 1-0 win against Gosport during the week, in what Steve Claridge said was one of "the best games of [his] managerial career."

The game was fast paced and action packed throughout, with the first minute seeing Dorchester striker Bath hit the post and Holmes missing a one-on-one. 

The first goal came after a quarter of an hour  - the ball was headed into a crowded penalty area, and the Dorchester players were not alert enough. 

Holmes collected, set himself and hit the ball across the goal and into the bottom corner for his first goal for the club.

His second came just 10 minutes later, with a through ball and a simple effort to convert.

2-0 at half time to the home side.

Dorchester came flying out of the blocks in the second half and created several decent chances.  

On the hour mark were rewarded with a penalty, cooly converted by Bath to get his side back in the game. 

Salisbury needed a response and got one through George Colson, converting a penalty after Fitchett was brought down, and poking the ball in from a goal-mouth scramble to take his tally for the season to three. 

Several players across the park impressed for the Whites, including both centre backs who looked calm and in control throughout.

Up next for Salisbury is Swindon Supermarine, away next Saturday at 3pm.