Hayes & Yeading United 2 Welling United 1
FOR the second week in a row, Garry Haylock's substitutions inspired a home win for Hayes and Yeading United as they came back from a goal down to end Welling's unbeaten record.
This was United's fourth consecutive win and moved them up to sixth place in the table.
The match started at a frenetic pace and the home side had a good early chance when James Mulley cut the ball back for Danny Allen-Page, whose shot was parried by Jamie Turner against Kieran Knight's foot and the ball looped just over the bar.
However, on a hot afternoon, the tempo soon dropped and it was not until just before half time when either goal was threatened again.
Tom Cadmore's weak header for the home side was pounced on by Rob Quinn who threaded the ball through to Charlie Sheringham, son of former England star Teddy.
Although his shot beat keeper Aaron Howe, making his home debut in place of the injured Delroy Preddie, Cadmore recovered brilliantly to hook the ball away just in front of goal.
Minutes later, 20-year-old Sheringham flashed a header just wide from Ellis Green's free kick.
Soon after the break, Allen-Page hit a long range shot which just cleared the bar.
Welling took the lead on 56 minutes when Green got in behind Cadmore who pulled him down near the by line as he attempted to cross the ball. Sheringham despatched the resulting penalty.
Moments later, they almost doubled their lead when Ryan Martin rounded Howe, but Cadmore was again able to block his goalbound shot.
The hosts levelled with a penalty of their own when Will Hendry latched on to Josh Scott's clever pass and was upended by Frankie Chappell.
Scott calmly placed his spot kick into the top left corner.
And his replacement, Staforde Palmer, claimed a rare headed goal 10 minutes later to turn the game on its head.
Welling thought their own substitute, Sol Pinnock, had got an immediate equaliser, but it was ruled out for a foul on Cadmore.
And in a frantic finish, it was the home side who went closest when Mulley's cut back was almost put into his own net by Dorien Smith, but Turner dived to spare his blushes.
UNITED: Howe, Allen-Page, Martin, Cadmore, Ruby, Marwa, Mulley, Gregory, Knight (Fitzgerald 81), Hendry, Josh Scott (Palmer 72). Subs not used: Steve Perkins, Peter Collins Goals - United: Scott 68, Palmer 78. Welling: Sheringham 56. Attendance: 239