Weymouth manager Mark Molesley expressed his delight after his side finally got their hands on the Southern League Premier South title at the third time of asking.
The Terras had looked set to win the league a few weeks ago but draws against Chesham United and Poole Town had given second placed Taunton Town a glimmer of hope.
Nevertheless, Weymouth came into Saturday’s game with Farnborough needing just a win to gain promotion to Step 2, which they managed thanks to goals from Emmanuel Odubade, Brandon Goodship and Benjamin Thompson.
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Molesley told the club’s official club website,: “It was never in doubt, this group has worked too hard, our process was too strong.
“People have thrown a few things at us this week, but we have had that since when me and Tom (Prodomo, assistant) first took over and assembled our staff, we have had that from day one.
“We were used to that, we always believed in the boys, always believed in ourselves.”
Molesley then admitted it had been a tough two weeks leading up to Saturday, with Weymouth having had three matches which could have resulted in the title being sealed on each occasion, but ended with Taunton narrowing the gap each time.
He added, “Don’t get me wrong, these last two weeks have been the toughest of my reign mentally and physically because so much was on the line.”
“Never once did we stop believing.
“Never once did we not have the faith.
“We knew that if we turned up and played our game we knew that we were the best team in this league and we proved that (against Farnborough).”
“We have won the league, it is not by a fluke, I think we are worthy winners.
“Every team up there with us we have beaten, apart from Poole, the only team we have drawn with twice.”