LAVERSTOCK and Ford ensured they ended their season on the road with all three points as they came from behind in fine fashion to win 3-2 at Folland Sports.

Starting brightest it did not take long for the visitors to take the lead, as on 6 minutes, a pin point cross from Jamie Weeks was met by Chae Sykes who notched the opener.

That seemed to kick Lavvy into their stride and the pressure was beginning to mount on the home goal.

However on 11 minutes, out of nowhere Follands were level, a routine cross was played into the box but it seemed to cause confusion and ended up going straight in.

The goal rattled the visitors a little and from then on the half was played at a fairly flat tempo.

As the half came to a close Follands took the lead, a corner was played back in and their big centre half bundled the ball over the line to give the home side a 2-1 lead.

Lavvy clearly took note of how the first half turned out and from the kick off were in the ascendancy, on 49 minutes they were level.

A clever through ball by Adam Bourner found Sykes who buried his second of the afternoon and moments later was denied his hat-trick.

Russ Jones then went close as Laverstock were camped in the Follands half.

The pressure finally told and on 57 minutes as Sykes laid a ball back to Jamie Weeks and his clever feet saw him jink around three players before curling a shot into the bottom corner to make it 3-2.

Laverstock maintained their threat but were keen to walk the ball into the net as opposed to killing the game off.

In the end the one goal was enough to separate the sides as Lavvy comfortably took all three points.

Manager Liam McConnell said: "After a rough week for us last week we set an agenda of taking nothing short of three points today.

We have been playing well and despite having to change things today once the boys realised they just had to play without fear their was only one winner.

"Chae (Sykes) was in one of those moods today, just a nightmare for any centre half and equally as impressive was young Jamie Weeks, who was tidy in all he did and we are all delighted for him to open his account with a well taken winner."

"With two home games to go, we are certainly focused on finishing as well as we can."

The first is on Saturday when Fawley are the visitors