WHITCHURCH United collected four points in the space of three days in the Wessex League Division One after they drew 2-2 with Romsey on last Saturday and then beat Downton 2-1 on Tuesday evening.

In Monday's victory, the Jam Boys dominated the game and should have led at the break, but the visitors made the most of a good five minute spell to score.

Whitchurch levelled things as Corey Cherrett was brought down. Nick Yeomans penalty was saved, but Jack Ormiston put away the rebound.

Then in added on injury time Yeomans grabbed the winner as intercepted a goal kick and rounded the goalkeeper.

Last Saturday, Romsey led 2-0, but the Jam Boys hit back as Ormiston found Tauren Manders, who was puleld down and Yeomans scored from the spot.

Manders then scored the equaliser as got on the end of Jack Fisher's whipped in cross.

This Saturday, Whitchurch are away at AFC Stoneham.