Winslow United produced a stunning second half comeback that saw them come from a goal down to win 6-1 against Wodson Park on Saturday.
Wodson went into the interval with the advantage after the home side were caught out at the back to gift the visitors the lead.
However, the second half turned out to be a totally one-sided affair as Winslow blew away Wodson with a dominant display.
The game turned in the space of a minute with United scoring twice in 60 seconds. First, Jakub Kaspryzk levelled things when he bent a powerful shot past the visiting goalkeeper, before Vinny Shrieves’ smart lay-off to Drew Mitten allowed the striker to weave through the defence and fire a powerful low drive which the visiting goalkeeper could only parry, giving Liam Gallagher a simple tap-in to put Winslow in front.
United then made it three when a George Shrieves corner was flicked on by his brother Vinny and Dean Buss arrived to side foot home from three yards out to score his first goal since signing from Newport Pagnell.
Moments later, Mitten rifled in a powerful left-footed shot into the top corner to extend the advantage before the ball was worked down the right and V Shrieves rose above the visiting goalkeeper to score a fifth.
With Winslow now fully in control, Mitten picked up his second to take his tally to 14 for the season.
The match ended in acrimonious circumstances as a late scuffle saw Williamson and Ryan Freshwater see red for Winslow while a Wodson player also received his marching orders.