TYLER Brockway’s double ensured Amesbury Town bounced back from a two-nil deficit to remain in the league hot chair with 3-2 victory at United Services Portsmouth.
The Blues ended a throng of ten straight defeats at the Victory Stadium by hitting back from trailing 2-0 in the opening 25 minutes.
Brockway got the first and Jesse Walters equalised on 75 minutes, before Brockway headed home a winner three minutes later to seal the points.
Amesbury have taken nine points from four games and are two-points clear at the Sydenhams Football League (Wessex).
Town’s wait for their first home game is over on Saturday when they welcome Hythe and Dibden in the FA Vase (3pm) at Bonnymead Park.