Marlow bounced back from the despair of a 90th minute equaliser against them on Satturday to earn a hard-fought win at Hartley Wintney on Tuesday.

Jordace Holder-Spooner gave the visitors the lead in the first half but Buck equalised from the home side with 15 minutes left.
However, Marcus Mealing grabbed the winner with four minutes remaining to give Mark Bartley's side four points from two games this week.

Against Cambridge City on Saturday, a 90th minute penalty robbed Marlow of a couple of what would have been three hard-earned points against a side that had twice taken the lead in an entertaining game at Oak Tree Road.

Ryan Sharman gave the visitors an early lead before Jahson Downes, who firstly had an effort blocked, smashed the ball into the net for a fully deserved equaliser.

Unfortunately for the Blues they could not keep the scores level the break as with four minutes of the half left a low cross from the left was turned in by Sharman to put the visitors back into the lead by diverting the ball past Simon Grant.

Allen Bossman took advantage of a blocked effort coming back in his direction and sending a well-hit shot into the far corner of the City goal to once again draw the sides level.

Having already seen two excellent strikes from their team the Marlow supporters were the treated to another with Jordan Brown beating Conroy from distance.

This put the Blues deservedly ahead in the 82nd minute - a position they did not really look like ceding - at least until the last minute of normal time when a penalty was awarded following a challenge by Grant in the box as the game was nearing its end. 

Sharman, a thorn in the side for Marlow, put the ball down the middle of the goal with Grant moving to the side and his hat-trick goal once again levelled the scores and brought the game to an end with both sides probably satisfied with their efforts being rewarded.