DIVISION ONE SOUTH AND WEST: Winchester City 1 AFC Hayes 2
A late strike by Kevin Chakaodza earned AFC Hayes a welcome three points as they came from behind to complete the double over lowly Winchester City.
Nick Turner had got the visitors back on level terms but time was running out when with four minutes to go Dean Clark crossed and Chakaodza headed the winner into the top corner.
Hayes wasted a couple more chances to increase the margin to something approaching the 5-1 beating they handed out at Farm Park last October but they will certainly settle for what was their first win in six games.
Joe Mitchell travelled without Dean Papali yet his side, with Craig Bartlett making his debut after signing from Windsor and Eton, started brightly.
Clark pulled the strings with support from Ross Ahir and James Duncan, who was superb throughout, but Clark, Chakaodza and Charlery were unable to make anything of the best of their opportunities.
James Harry did not have a save to make in the first half but within a minute of the second he was picking the ball out of his net after Bennell was extremely harshly adjudged to have handled the ball and Jono Richardson scored from the spot.
Nine minutes later Hayes were back level when Clark put Chakaodza through and although he could not convert, the ball bounced around the six-yard box until Turner smashed it home.
Chakaodza and Osobu had further opportunities and so did Winchester before the former finally made one count to give the visitors a deserved win.
HAYES: Harry, Bartlett, Bennell, Ahir, Turner, Duncan, Pereira, Clark, Chakaodza, Osobu, Charlery. Subs not used: Wadge, Metwali, Day, Harewood, Bryant.
Goals, Winchester: Richardson 46 (pen). Hayes: Turner 55; Chakaodza 86. Attendance: 152.