The match, played last night at Trang Provincial Stadium, was both sides' 6th match of the 22-fixture season.
At halftime the match remained in a scoreless deadlock, but it was the home team who broke the ice in the 65th minute through a corner kick, which was converted through Trang's Japanese striker, Daiki Konomura.
The Dugongs doubled their lead just three minutes later, when a long cross from near the touchline found Trang's other foreign striker, Ivorian Guina Roland, unmarked in the area, where he had little challenge in controlling the ball and diverting it into the net, just out of reach of the keeper.
Phuket FC had several attacking fronts though made Trang's defenders nervous, were lacking the final finishes.
In added time, the Andaman Dragon finally scored, however, when Sukree E-tae dribbled towards the goal line, and sent a slick pass through Trang's back lines, towards the far post, where it found the end of Sarod Jedsanoh's boot.
FULL TIME: Trang 2-1 Phuket FC.
As a result, Trang, now with 8 points and an even goal difference, moved into 8th place, while Phuket FC, also with 8 points and an even goal difference, dropped to 7th in the table, having the edge over Trang with 8 goals scored vs seven.
The Andaman Dragon will next take on 3rd placed Ranong FC (12 points) away on Saturday, May 14.
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