KYLE Belmonte and Bradley Gray both scored two each for Evesham United as The Robins won 4-3 in a thrilling game with Lymington on Saturday.

In a topsy turvy game at The Spiers and Hartwell Stadium, Evesham led 2-1 at the break having gone behind early on to a goal from Lymington's Luke Churchill.

Jason Brookes equalised shortly after the break for the visitors before Gray put Evesham back ahead.

Freddie Bullard netted a penalty with seven minutes left to once again pull the away side level before Belmonte found the back of the net late on.

An incredible fingertip save from Lewis Clayton in the fifth minute of injury time denied the visitors an equaliser and gave Evesham all three points.

The win means Evesham continue to move away from trouble at the bottom of the Southern League Division One table and can now begin to look ahead.

They remain in 13th but are now 13 points away from the play-off places and will be eyeing up a top half finish.