Beaconsfield came from a goal down to record a tenth away win of the season with a 3-1 victory over Uxbridge.

In the 19th minute, however, ex-Ram Harry Tucker met a corner and powered home a header to put the home side into the lead.

The Rams were level on 42 minutes when Ollie Jones saw his shot parried by Paul McCarthy and Alex Cathline was first to react to thump the loose ball home and send his team into the break on level terms.

Manager Gary Meakin obviously said the right things at half-time as The Rams were a different proposition in the second half. 
New signing Tre Mitford linked up with Goldy Capella on 57 minutes and the in form striker curled a beauty past McCarthy to put the visitors 2-1 up. Mitford and Pashaj then linked up on 67 minutes to set up Wes Daly but his shot went narrowly wide whilst a minute later a Capella header set up Mitford who kept his composure in a one on one with McCarthy to score a deserved debut goal.

What could so easily have been just one point turned out to be three and it kept Beaconsfield in third place in the league. Next up is Cambridge City at home.