Report: Bromley 3-3 Wealdstone
Photo: Jon Taffel
Stones had to settle for a hard earned point on the road at play off chasing Bromley, despite taking the lead 3 times.
Manager Stuart Maynard made a couple of changes to the starting line up following the derby day defeat to Barnet, with Mason Barrett returning in place of Charlie Barker and Giovanni McGregor replacing Micah Obiero.
Stones got off to a fast start and could have opened the scoring with just seconds on the clock as Olufela Olomola poked an effort just wide of the post. Giovanni McGregor also nearly opened the scoring, watching his dipping free-kick bounce narrowly past the post.
Captain Jack Cook was hurt in a collision with the Ravens keeper Tom Smith and despite trying to continue, the injury forced the Stones management team into a change with Alex Dyer his replacement on 23 mins. The back line had to be restructured with Barrett partnering Freckleton in the middle and Charles taking up the right back position.
The visitors finally drew first blood at Hayes Lane when Olufela Olomola found the bottom corner just before the break but Omar Sowunmi headed an equaliser early in the second half.
Tarryn Allarakhia restored our lead just before the hour but his effort was soon cancelled out by Jude Arthurs who headed home an Ethan Coleman cross.
A brilliant strike from Alex Dyer put the Stones ahead for a third time after 80 minutes but Arthurs dramatically had the final say with a close-range finish two minutes from time for his second of the game. The point leaves Stones in 12th place in the National League table, just 3 points outside of the play-off places.
Wealdstone: Howes, Cook (Dyer 23), Kinsella, Freckleton, Barrett, Charles, Ferguson, Kretzschmar, Allarakhia, McGregor, Olomola . Subs not used: Obiero, Wilson-Braithwaite, Mundle-Smith, Habergham