minutes i n t o t h e second half. He c o l l e c t e d the ball midway in the Norstar half, jinked past several players and sent a long-range effort arrowing into the top corner of the net.
Brixton were level minutes later when great work from Fierstone and Josh Franklin allowed Jamie Kent to stroke the ball past Ben De La Fuente.
Norstar tried to hang on but, with time running out, Wein- berg produced a great leap to convert a flick-on from substitute Dan Sherman to spark wild celebrations.
Brixton boss John Nitka said: “Norstar were the better team in the first half but then we took control. Some of our football was a delight.
“We are still there and have to win against Redbridge in three weeks’ time to clinch promotion.”
Norstar manager Phil Peters said: “A 3-2 defeat is heartbreaking, but as good as we were first half, Brixton were matched us in the second half.
“We need to regroup and get a result against Woodford to put the pressure back on Brixton.”