BILLERICAY Town recorded a late victory, while Concord Rangers and East Thurrock United were condemned to defeats.

Harry Wheeler’s Billericay registered a 3-2 National League South win over St Albans City at the Steel Team Stadium.

Jake Robinson put Town in the driving seat with a seventh minute effort, but St Albans hit back as Rhys Murrell-Williamson tapped home on the half hour mark.

However, Billericay restored their one-goal advantage four minutes later as Ben Nunn’s cross was turned into the back of his own net by Dave Diedhiou.

St Albans levelled matters once again within two minutes as Guiseppe Iaciofano added his name to the scoresheet.

It looked as though it would finish honours even but Robinson, who has already scored injury time winners against Eastbourne Borough and Welling United this term, chipped over Dean Snedker with just three minutes remaining to hand Billericay all three points.

Concord, however, suffered a 1-0 loss against Maidstone United at the Aspect Arena.

Shaun Okojie struck the crossbar with a header inside 60 seconds as the Beach Boys looked to get off to the best possible start.

But, against the run of play, Maidstone’s Matt McClure broke the deadlock with 26 minutes on the clock.

McClure struck the woodwork soon after the interval as the Stones looked to put the game beyond Concord, but one goal proved to be enough.

In the Isthmian Premier League, East Thurrock lost 2-1 at Merstham.

Frankie Merrifield put John Coventry’s Rocks in front with a 14th minute spot-kick.

But the game was turned on its head in the second half as Delano Sam-Yorke equalised two minutes after the break.

And the turnaround was completed by Omar Folkes as Merstham clinched victory.