JUST four days after scoring a late leveller in the derby draw with Braintree Town, Aron Pollock grabbed a 93rd minute winner to allow Concord Rangers to seal a 3-2 victory at Hampton & Richmond Borough.

Danilo Orsi-Dadomo’s brace cancelled out Lamar Reynolds’ opener for the Beach Boys.

But an equaliser from debutant Marcel Barrington was followed by a last-gasp Pollock effort and boss Danny Scopes felt Concord deserved all three points.

Scopes said: “We were worthy of the win.

“We started quite well and had a couple of very good chances.

“The Hampton goalkeeper (Laurie Walker) made a few good saves but then Lamar got a great goal for us.

“That gave us a well deserved lead but a couple of individual errors gave them momentum.

“Hampton made it 1-1 by going route one and we were disappointed not to be in front at half-time.

“We didn’t start the second half well and went 2-1 down, but we were by far the better side from that point onwards.

“We eventually got the equaliser and then put another striker on because we wanted to go for all three points and we also felt the game was there to be taken.

“It was great for us to come up with a 93rd minute winner, especially after drawing with Braintree thanks to another late goal.

“But it made it even more pleasing that Aron’s late goal was a winner this time.”

The Beach Boys took the lead in the National League South contest as Reynolds found some space by turning beyond ex-Billericay Town defender Dean Inman before curling into the net.

But Hampton levelled matters within eight minutes as Inman’s through ball released Orsi-Dadomo and the former East Thurrock United man converted.

The hosts then went in front three minutes after the resumption as Orsi-Dadomo slotted past Beach Boys goalkeeper Chris Haigh.

Matters could have got worse for Concord as Hampton had a goal ruled out for offside three minutes later.

However, the Beach Boys were back on level terms with 13 minutes remaining as debutant Barrington slotted home.

And Concord grabbed a last-gasp win as, deep in stoppage time, Aron Pollock found the back of the net.

“I think Aron may have already beaten his goals tally for last season,” added Scopes.

“We have been talking about the importance of second balls and set plays, so it’s great to see us taking our chances.”