HARRY Williams scored the winner as Swindon Supermarine beat Salisbury 2-1 on Saturday in the Southern League Premier Division South.

Marine took the lead at home when Ryan Campbell struck in the 27th minute, only to see a stunning equaliser from Charlie Davis just before the break.

However, Marine would rise to 15th after their second league win in a row courtesy of Williams' tap-in a minute into the second half.

Following a scrappy start, it took Marine until the 27th minute to make the breakthrough as two of the club's longest-serving players combined.

Brad Hooper crossed from the right for Campbell to come in at the back post and slam the ball into the net.

Phillips could have made it two when spurning a one-on-one chance after half an hour, but Salisbury equalised in the 37th minute with their first shot on target.

Davis picked up possession midway inside the Marine half before crashing a powerful effort into the top corner from 25 yards out.

Lee Spalding's men did not wait long in the second half to re-gain the lead though - Phillips was played through by Henry Spalding before squaring for Williams tap in.

As Marine looked to see the game out, Salisbury's Sam Roberts lunged in on Hooper late on and was given his marching orders to leave the visitors with 10 men as the full-time whistle went.

Elsewhere, in Southern League Division One South, Highworth Town fell 2-1 at home to Lymington Town.

The Worthians took the lead in the 13th minute when Rob Dean headed Sean Wood's cross home.

But Lymington equalised four minutes later when Ollie Dennett converted a penalty following a handball in the area.

The visitors then went ahead midway through the first half after Steve Walker headed home a corner.

Highworth had plenty of chances to find an equaliser during the remainder, but they were unable to take one as Lymington left with the points.

In the Hellenic League Premier Division, Royal Wootton Bassett Town beat Longlevens 4-3 in a thrilling affair at the Gerard Buxton Sports Ground.

Tommy Ouldridge opened the scoring early on, only to see Longlevens ahead at the break.

However, goals from Will Davidson, Bailey Gallagher, and Chris Taylor saw Bassett come from behind to win.