Mattie Graves struck a stunning dead-ball hat-trick as Hanworth Villa came from behind to win their Combined Counties Division One clash at Sheerwater on Saturday.
Things looked grim for the Villains when they trailed 2-0, but Graves began the revival on the stroke of half-time striking a 25-yard free-kick over the wall and into the top corner.
Benny Reed levelled within six minutes of the restart with a curling shot from the edge of the box, but it was Graves who took centre stage again 15 minutes from time.
Faced with another free-kick outside the area, the visitors' marksman opted to curl his shot around the wall and into the bottom corner.
His hat-trick was sealed with a harshly awarded penalty in the last minute.
Meanwhile, Ryan Curtis fired a second half equaliser for Feltham as they too came from 2-0 down to earn a point at home to Worcester Park.
Dumped out of the FA Vase 4-0 by Rushden & Higham the previous week, things looked grim again for the hosts when Steve Goodyear and Keiran James shot Park into a 2-0 lead by the 33rd minute.
However, Barry Fisher's goal just before half-time gave them hope and Curtis saved a draw with his strike on 69 minutes.
Sadly, Bedfont couldn't build on last week's FA Vase victory going down 1-0 to Raynes Park Vale in their Combined Counties Premier Division clash.