WHITCHURCH made it three wins on the bounce as they won at Alton on Friday night.

The home side took the lead from Max Smith, but Whitchurch equalised from a corner which was not cleared and Callum Williams fired home from 30 yards out.

The Jam Boys made it 2-1 as Keiron Fuller to try his luck from 30 yards, Matthew Petts fumbled the shot and Nick Yeomans was quickest to the loose ball.

Whitchurch were then forced to change their goalkeeper, Will Barnett limping off to be replaced by Damien Hack.

however, before the break, added a third goal from the penalty spot thanks to Yeomans.

After the interval, Alton were reduced to 10 men as Reece Colbourne was red carded.

The home side reduced the lead to one from George Spiers, but it was too late to get an equaliser.

Whitchurch will hope to keep their winning run going on Saturday, when they entertain Almondsbury in the FA Vase.