Waltham Abbey recorded a win for the first time in three games as they came out 2-1 winners against Ashford Town (Middlesex) in the Bostik League South Central Division on Saturday.

Max Webb gave the visitors a deserved lead but goals from Tim Ogunrinde and Ellis Brown completed the turnaround for Abbey.

Ashford were the better team for the first 45 minutes and their dominance paid off after 21 minutes when a short corner routine between Jack Beadle and James Cottee resulted in the unmarked Webb steering a low effort into the net.

Abbey were handed the opportunity to level the game just before the break when Gurkan Gokmen conceded a penalty, but Tyler Tobin guessed correctly to pull off the save.

The home side did, though, level two minutes after the break when an excellent move down the right saw a peach of a cross find Ogunrinde, and he made no mistake with the finish.

Within ten minutes, the comeback was complete as Brown capped a good move to set Abbey up for a positive second half.

The two goals were enough, though, and Abbey maintained their outside push for a play-off spot.

Their next game sees them travel to Chalfont St Peter this Saturday, with kick off at 3pm.