Rob Laney pulled Wingate back from two goals behind before a memorable turnaround was completed in a 3-2 win over Merstham on Saturday, envding a run of four straight games without scoring in some style.

The hosts were behind inside four minutes when Joe Kizzi's foul gave Daniel Bennett the chance to score from the spot.

Ahmet Rifat and Luke Ifil looked to make amends with decent efforts but with less than a quarter of the game gone the Blues found themselves two goals behind.

Stephan Hamilton-Forbes connected with Reece Hall's free kick to double the advantage, and give the visitors a solid lead.

Despite peppering the Merstham goal with shots, and Kizzi striking the woodwork with a header, it was not until the 67th minute when substitute Laney finally found a breakthrough.

He latched onto Sinn'Kaye Christie's interception before poking home, and soon had another with a diving header from Ifil's cross.

And he turned provider for what would prove the winner, with the bit firmly between the hosts' teeth.

Laney's delivery found an eager Ben Pattie in space, and he rolled the ball into the bottom corner with seven minutes to go to seal victory.

Merstham could have still spoilt the party but Shane Gore did terrifically to keep out Simon Cooper's header, giving the hosts a welcome three points.