Weston's run is ended as high-flying Wood hit back
WESTON-SUPER-MARE 2 BOREHAM WOOD 4
Weston's winning streak of four Blue Square Bet South games was brought to a halt by Boreham Wood, who regained second spot in the table.
The visitors attacked strongly from the start, forcing four of their 12 corners in the opening minutes.
However, Weston created a good chance on nine minutes when Ross Stearn made a penetrating run on the left, but his low cross was turned into the side netting by Nat Pepperell.
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Against the run of play, Weston took the lead on 22 minutes when Chas Hemmings beat Wood goalkeeper James Russell with a 30-yard lob.
Wood's Cliff Akurang was narrowly wide with an unmarked header, while Omer Riza had the miss of the half when he fired wide with the goal at his mercy.
Weston increased their lead on 40 minutes when Stearn was brought down by Ben Nunn, but he picked himself up and scored from the resultant penalty.
On the stroke of half-time, Wood pulled a goal back when Weston skipper Ben Kirk headed into his own net when defending Graeme Montgomery's cross from the right.
In the second half, Weston's Martin Slocombe was denied a goal when his point-blank effort was turned behind by Russell for Weston's solitary corner. At the other end, Lloyd Irish made a superb save to deny Akurang's effort.
Wood drew level on 72 minutes when Callum Reynolds scored from Montgomery's free-kick and a minute later substitute Greg Morgan put them in front for the first time when he left Irish standing with a 35-yard effort over the goalkeeper's head.
On 90 minutes, Weston's misery was completed when Wood substitute Inih Effiong hit the crossbar and Akurang scored with a simple tap-in.