Dynamo score five
A hat-trick from Ryan Robbins lit up a dull Loughborough afternoon and gave Dynamo the three points.
Dynamo looked comfortable in the first half and had a two goal lead through ninth and twenty ninth minute strikes by Robbins, but the game turned on its head in the head in the final minutes of the half when Karl Demidh was brought down in the box in the forty-fifth-minute but missed the subsequent penalty for Dynamo, from the resulting clearance Stocksbridge broke forward and Tyler Williams scored in time added on.
However Dynamo soon restored their two goal advantage when Demidh and Liam Read played a one two and Read was brought down in the area, Robbins grabbing the ball and hammering the penalty kick home for his third.
With Luke Foster dominating at the heart of Dynamo’s defence, Dynamo took control and the energy of Charlie Young and Liam Read drove Dynamo forward and Stocksbridge could not create any opportunities.
Keeper Jordan Amissah kept Stocksbridge in the game but Dynamo extended their lead when Demidh added the fourth in the eighty first minute when he collected the ball and from the edge of the area curled a shot home.
Devante Reittie netting Dynamo’s fifth in the ninetieth minute to give Dynamo a valuable three points and a feeling that they could start climbing up the table.