Dynamo back to winning ways.
Although Dynmao won two nil it was goalkeeper Charlie Taylor who ensured they collected the three points.
Dynamo had a dream start when Josh Riley curled in a free kick from twenty five yards out and Louis Keenan, unchallenged, volleyed home from seven yards out with just six minutes gone.
However having taken the early lead Dynamo, nor Splading, could settle into any rhythm and play was scrappy.
On twenty eight minutes Dynamo were grateful to goalkeeper Charlie Taylor when on twenty eight minutes he produced a good save to deflect Lee Beeson’s well struck free kick out for a corner.
Both sides had half chances before the break that came to nothing.
Early in the second half Spalding launched an attack which left Jenk Acar clear on goal but from eight yards out, Taylor somehow blocked his shot and even better , he got up to deflect the rebound out for a corner.
Dynamo gradually got control after Spalding’s opening onslaught, but both keepers remained untroubled until the sixty second minute, when the referee and his assistant took time out to discuss something and ended up awarding a penalty to Spalding, Lee Beeson struck his shot well, but it was close to Taylor and he dived and smothered the shot.
The game then reverted back to a stalemate but Dynamo’s passing game, though stifled for periods, began to test Spalding and they were eventually rewarded when in the eighty first minute Alistair Smith and Luke Smithson combined to lay the ball to Riley who from nineteen yards out shot into the top right hand corner gave keeper Michael Duggan no chance.
Minutes later Spalding created a clear chance George Couzens battled hard to cross the ball into the feet of the unmarked Acar, but he fired harmlessly over the bar.