A STRONG second half performance saw visitors Kempston Rovers deservedly take all three points backs to Bedfordshire, beating Beaconsfield Town 4-2.

The visitors took the lead on two minutes when a corner found Nathan Tshikuna unmarked at the back post to nod the ball home. 

This clearly gave The Rams a wake up call and Lewis Putman went close on eight minutes before Aaron Minhas equalised on twelve minutes when he made the most of a scramble in the Kempston box to slot the ball past Martin Conway.

Within ten minutes, Beaconsfield had the lead as an Aaron Morgan cross found Minhas who controlled and fired a great shot past Conway.

The visitors, however, grabbed an equaliser on 62 minutes when the lively Tshikuna went on a mazy run and fired off a shot that took a strong deflection to wrong foot Norris. 

A Putman free kick on 64 minutes brought a fine save from Conway before Tshikuna and Newman played a one-two on 69 minutes with the later firing past Norris to give The Walnut Boys the lead. .

The points were finally secured on 84 minutes when Luke Heneghan was allowed time and space to shoot and though not a particularly strong effort it still somehow found its way into The Rams net.

For the neutral this was a free flowing highly entertaining game between two teams who should be “in the mix” come the end of season. 

For the Beaconsfield faithful it was frustrating to see the poor home form continue but there were still positives to be taken into the next match.