SWINDON Supermarine scored a stoppage-time winner at Met Police on Tuesday night to make it four Southern League Premier Division South victories in a row.

Henry Spalding was the hero for Marine as they snatched a 3-2 success, having battled back from 2-0 down.

Met Police were the better side early on and goals from Ross Murdoch and Luke Robertson inside the opening half-hour put them in total control.

Michael Hopkins gave Marine hope before half-time, reducing the deficit via a fine free-kick.

The visitors continued to press in the second half, although only eight minutes were left on the clock before they finally drew level as Harry Williams hit the back of the net.

And Marine were not content to settle for a draw, with Spalding curling home in stoppage time to snatch an unlikely win.

Elsewhere, Highworth Town exited the FA Trophy following a 2-1 replay defeat at Cinderford Town in the preliminary round.

The two sides shared a 1-1 draw in Saturday’s original tie at Highworth, so it was Cinderford who made the most of home advantage in the re-match.

James Harding put the hosts ahead at half-time before doubling the lead himself early in the second period.

Although Edji Mbunga cut the gap to give Highworth hope in the closing stages, they were unable to force an equaliser.