MELKSHAM Town completed a dramatic late comeback to beat Lymington Town 3-2 at home in Southern League Division One South on Saturday.

Lymington took the lead in the 27th minute through Toby Bailey and doubled their lead ten minutes after half-time through Luke Churchill.

However, Ollie Webb pulled a goal back for Town in the 61st minute, before Chris Zebroski equalised in the 86th. Sam Hendy completed the comeback with a 94th-minute winner, which leaves Melksham fifth in the table.

Elsewhere, Westbury United were knocked out of the FA Cup in the first qualifying round after losing 3-1 away to Bishop’s Cleeve.

George Box put the hosts ahead in the 25th minute, while Archie Haskayne made it 2-0 on the hour mark.

Sam Jordan pulled it back to 2-1 in the 87th minute, before Box grabbed his second and Bishop’s Cleeve’s third to knock Westbury out of the cup.

Meanwhile, Royal Wootton Bassett Town lost 4-2 at home to Paulton Rovers in the FA Cup first qualifying round.

Tommy Ouldridge put the hosts ahead with a rebound after Chris Taylor’s penalty was saved, but Edward Butcher equalised for Rovers five minutes’ later from the edge of the box.

An unmarked Mircea Ilea then headed in a Kyle Tooze free-kick in the 65th minute. Illea found himself unmarked again to score his second of the game to make it 3-1, before Matt Bennett set up Luke Whelan to score with a deft backheel to give Bassett a lifeline.

Paulton Rovers wrapped up the victory in the last minute through Dave O’Hare who headed in from a Nuno Felix corner to make it 4-2.

In the Hellenic League Premier Division, Shrivenham’s trip to Cribbs on Tuesday was abandoned early in the first-half, while Bradford Town and Corsham Town played each other on Wednesday night.