KEEPER’S ERROR SO COSTLY FOR THE HAWKS
ABOBAKER EISA’S late winner gave Wealdstone a textbook smash-andgrab victory over bottom of the league Whitehawk.
The Stones had to come from behind after Kyjuon Marsh-Brown had opened the scoring for the Hawks in the first half but Wealdstone equalised through a Danny Green penalty and won it in the 88th minute when sub Eisa rounded keeper Simon Jorgensen.
Whitehawk could have gone ahead twice before Marsh-Brown’s opener with Jonathan North denying Pape Gueye and Enoch Andoh from close range.
Marsh-Brown then gave the Hawks a deserved lead when he beat Glenn Wilson and curling a low, swerving effort past North on 28 minutes.
The first half introduction of Eisa brought more energy to the Stones attack and he tried to lob the 6’10” frame of Jorgensen in goal, which the keeper just held on to.
Rose brought down Shaquille Hippolyte Patrick in the second half for a controversial penalty from which Green sent Jorgensen the wrong way.
And late on the Stones sealed it. A poor kick from Jorgensen was headed to Eisa. He beat his man and rounded the keeper to slot in to allow the home fans to blow a big sigh of relief. STAR MAN: Abobaker Eisa (Wealdstone) ENTERTAINMENT: ★★★★★