Uxbridge recovered from being a goal and a man down to claim all three points at Hartley Wintney, writes David Graham.

The visitors started the better and on five minutes, former Hartley striker Mickel Platt crossed to Lewis Cole whose close range shot was brilliantly saved by Row keeper Callum Coulter.

Hartley had their first effort on nine minutes when Reece Wylie found space on the edge of the penalty box and his well struck shot brought out a good save from Loris Marcimain. 

Hartley had a good spell and went ahead on 18 minutes. A well-worked move involving several players saw the ball eventually with Taylor Morgan who found Marcio Neves and his well-struck shot found the corner of the net (1-0).

On 39 minutes the visitors were reduced to 10 men when Kai Hobbs picked up a second yellow card for a clumsy challenge. 

However on the 45th minute Uxbridge were to restore parity in terms of player numbers and goals.

First Mark Amaning received a second yellow card for taking a throw-in from the wrong position, having previously been asked to take it further back. 

Once things resumed the Row players seemed displaced and George Moore for Uxbridge took advantage by running beyond the Hartley defence. His shot was partially stopped by Coulter but finished up in the net (1-1).

Hartley held a slight edge at the start of the second period. 

But the visitors came into the match and went ahead on 57 minutes. A spell of pressure saw a cross into the Row area which was picked up by Mickel Platt.  The striker showed good skill with a turn and wrong-footed a few Row defenders before shooting home (1-2).

Platt put the game out of the Rows' reach by scoring a third goal on 73 minutes. A long pass forward saw him behind the Hartley defence and his parting shot found the net (1-3).

Hartley almost got back into the game when efforts from Neves and Eli Bogdanavicius in quick succession pulled out smart saves from Marcimain.

Uxbridge held on to claim the points.