Brackley Town boss Kevin Wilkin was delighted to see his side get back to winning ways.

Saints beat Vanarama National League North play-off rivals Chester 3-2 with Matt Lowe hitting the stoppage-time winner on Saturday.

Top scorer Lee Ndlovu gave Saints the interval advantage with his 16th goal of the season. After Saints lost Glenn Walker with a broken nose, James Jones equalised for Chester. Walker’s replacement Thierry Audel put Saints back in front, substitute Danny Livesey put Chester back on level terms late on but Lowe bagged the winner four minutes into added-time.

Wilkin said: “We had a difficult time on Tuesday and so I am especially proud of all the players.

Over the past five games we haven’t had the results our performances deserved so I am naturally delighted to bounce back and come here and get the three points against probably the in-form team.”

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