SALISBURY FC maintained their promotion push in the Southern League Division One West, as they recorded an excellent 3-2 victory at in form Cirencester.

The visitors were the first to strike as Danny Young scored his second goal in as many games after 14 minutes.

The home side hit back and were level just before the half hour mark, as Harry Spalding was given time to fire home.

Salisbury were back in front just 10 minutes into the second half, as Aaron Dawson was the provider and Owen Howe produced a great finish.

However, in the process the striker injured himself and had to be replaced by Olly Mehew, who had been signed in the week on loan from League Two Forest Green.

He is no stranger to the Whites having been at the club before in the autumn of 2016 and he also had a loan spell at Cirencester at the end of last season.

Once again, the home side levelled things, this time thanks from Aidan Bennett in the 74th minute.

However, the Whites were not to be denied a double over their Somerset rivals, who they beat 8-2 earlier in the season.

Sub Claudio Herbert scored with three minutes left in the game, as he converted a great ball from Tom Whelan.