Oxhey Jets were able to put their disappointment from earlier in the season behind them with a 4-2 win over Aylesbury Vale Dynamos.

The Jets were beaten 2-1 in the away fixture, but came out on top in the home return with a strong four-goal display in the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division clash.

They had to come from behind to win the game however, after Derek Feyi opened the scoring for the visitors.

Nick Kerley scored twice in the space of four minutes to put Jets ahead briefly, before Harry Scott’s spot-kick sent the sides in level at the break.

Reece Cameron then converted, again from the spot and a late Sean Giordmaina goal sealed the victory.

Long before his goal confirmed the win for Jets, Giordmaina, who decided to play despite a family bereavement, had the first chance to open the scoring when his flicked header was turned wide by the Vale goalkeeper.

With the Jets on the front foot, it seemed as if they would open the scoring, which Cameron really ought to have done soon after Giordmaina’s miss when he fired over from close range.

The first goal of the game went to Vale against the run of play, but via a familiar route.

Feyi headed home a set-piece delivery, a common source of problems for Jets this season, just before the half-hour mark.

The opening goal did not hamper the course of the game in any way and the hosts quickly got themselves back on the front foot.

Giordmaina had another chance to score when he was put through on goal, but hesitated enough for the goalkeeper to race from his line and keep out the effort.

The equaliser finally came less than ten minutes before the end of the half when Kerley lashed his effort through the gloves of the keeper and into the top corner from the edge of the area.

There was still plenty of drama to come in the first-half, as Oxhey took the lead just four minutes later.

First Andre Lopes opened up the Aylesbury defence with an incisive pass that found Kerley, who fired past the onrushing keeper from inside the six-yard-box.

A final twist in the first 45 saw Luke Preedy bundle the Vale number nine to the ground in the penalty area and Scott stepped up to send Matty Evans the wrong way and level the scores.

The second half was slightly more one-sided despite a strong start from Aylesbury that required Evans to be at his best.

Giordmaina was fouled in the box on the hour mark and Cameron dispatched the penalty to put Jets ahead for the second time in the game.

With the visitors searching for an equaliser late on, Oxhey made the most of an increase in space behind the defence and Giordmaina added the icing on the cake with a well-taken goal in stoppage time.

Northwood found themselves on the end of a heavy 5-2 defeat against Bedfont Sports to remain at the bottom of the Isthmian League South Central Division.

After conceding twice within the opening ten minutes, two strikes either side of Sports’ third and the half-time break from Eric Lopes looked to put the Woods back in contention.

However, Bedfont scored two goals late on to seal the win.

It took just three minutes for the visitors to take the lead when captain Charlie Hayford’s poor touch conceded possession cheaply and Eze Bademosi capitalised, sliding it past the on-rushing Chris Rackley.

Just six minutes later, Bedfont scored a second with a flowing team move that ended with Max Oldham’s effort going in off the post.

Wood clawed their way back into the match from the spot with Lopes converting after Romario Hart was fouled in the box, but Oldham got his second of the game before the end of the half to recover Sports’ two-goal advantage.

A moment of brilliance saw Lopes bend the ball into the top left corner at the start of the second period, but new boss Rob Ursell’s hopes of getting something from the game were dashed with late goals from Nathan Wood and Brian Testolin.

While Northwood were ruing late goals, Berkhamsted were celebrating one as Lewis Toomey’s goal sent them to the top of the Southern Division South Central league as they beat Thame United 2-1 away from home.

Greg Hackett gave the hosts the opening after he combined well with Jack Tutton on a counter-attack.

It took until the second half for Berko to level, but Jonathan Lacey was tripped in the area and Toomey sent Craig Hill the wrong way from the spot.

The winner came in the closing stages of the match with Toomey getting ahead of Will Summerfield to score his 30th goal of the season and lift Berkhamsted to the top of the table.

In the South Midlands Premier Division, Tring Athletic scored three times in each half as they thumped Leverstock Green 6-0 at the weekend, with Will Foley, Joe Cowan, Prince Nimoh scoring before the break and Jack Sunderland, Will Salmon and Miles Habashi on hand in the second.

Tring were unable to add to the victory away at North Greenford United on Tuesday evening, however as they were beaten 2-1, with Nimoh opening the scoring.

Some scrappy defending from a corner was then punished before United found a 92nd-minute winner.

Sarratt travelled to Berkhamsted Raiders in Division Two on Wednesday night and came away with all three points in a 2-0 win thanks to goals from Shaun Powell and Marcus Rivers.