Arlesey Town bagged three precious points in their fight for survival in the Southern League Premier on Saturday.
They came from a goal down to beat bottom side Burnham 2-1 at home. The visitors went in front through Webb’s 28th minute penalty. But second half goals from Leon Lobjoit and Geoff Mitchell secured the win.
Arlesey are now third from bottom of the division but level on points with Frome Town one place above.
They host second from bottom side Banbury on Tuesday.