After back-to-back victories, Dynamo made the 300+ mile round-trip to North Yorkshire in hope of a victory which could take them into the play-off places if results went their way.
Revenge may have been on everyone’s mind going into the clash as Marske produced a 4-0 demolition of Dynamo earlier in the season.
Boss Lee Attenborough had a full strength side to pick from, and he looked to build on what was a successful start to 2019.
Marske were also involved in the play-off picture and started the brighter of the two sides in this encounter – pressing from the front which caused Dynamo a few problems.
James Fairley should’ve put the seasiders in-front as he took the ball past Charlie Taylor but some heroic defending from Louis Keenan denied him from opening the scoring.
Dynamo fell behind in the 55th minute as some poor defending allowed Matthew Waters to steer the ball into the corner of the net.
Attenborough’s men now knew that they had to come from behind for the second time in five days if they were too win, and with one of the fiercest strike-duo in the division, Dynamo had every chance.
Ryan Robbins scored a crucial penalty in the victory over Carlton on New Years Day and he looked in the mood to add another goal to his tally.
Three minutes after Waters’ opener, Robbins levelled when he cutely curled the ball into the bottom corner. Proving once again how clinical he is in-front of goal. Game on.
The Dynamo players looked fired up after Robbins’ equaliser; eager and hungry to go and win the game.
And they did so 19 minutes from time when the deadly Demidh latched onto a through ball and slotted home for his 13th of the campaign.
The sweetest of victories for Dynamo - and that result saw them climb into the play-off places for the first time in the season.