Byron Webster’s 90th minute winner helped Bromley to a 3-2 home win over Wealdstone and up to third in the National League table.
By Steven Oldham
Bromley back to winning ways
Andy Woodman’s Bromley side picked up a first win in three games and climbed to their highest league position so far this season.
Josh Umerah had put Wealdstone in the lead early on, with George Alexander equalising on 25 minutes. Marcus Sablier put the home side ahead four minutes later.
Goalkeeper George Wickens was sent off for the away side, but the ten men rallied to get back into the game.
Jack Cook brought Wealdstone back into the game with 20 minutes to play, before Webster popped up to snatch all three points for Bromley.
Daggers spoil Grimsby’s chances
Grimsby Town blew their chance of moving up to second after falling to a 3-2 defeat at Dagenham & Redbridge.
Dean Rance put the Daggers in the lead, before John McAtee equalised on the brink of half time.
Quickfire goals early in the second half from Ibby Akanbi and Angelo Balanta put Daryl McMahon’s side firmly in control.
McAtee had an eventful afternoon, scoring Grimsby’s first before receiving a second half red card. Sam Bell netted a second for Grimsby but it wasn’t enough to stop Paul Cook’s side falling to a fifth defeat in six.
Dover still winless after late defeat
Wrexham left it late but took home all three points after a late 1-0 win at bottom club Dover Athletic.
Jordan Davies’ goal six minutes from time gave Phil Parkinson’s side the win and moved The Red Dragons up to fourth in the table.
Dover are still marooned at the bottom of the table on -8 points having not won a game all season.
Best of the rest
Barnet made it five wins out of six with a comfortable 3-0 win over Maidenhead United.
Gary Johnson’s Torquay United picked up a first win in four, beating Weymouth 2-1.
Solihull Moors picked up a 2-0 home win over Woking thanks to goals from Joe Sbarra and Adam Rooney.
Aldershot Town and Altrincham had to settle for a point apiece after a 2-2 draw at The Recreation Ground.