Published: 17:00, 21 April 2014 |
Updated: 17:09, 21 April 2014
Maidstone United have taken their play-off bid to the final day of the season after a 2-1 win at Met Police on Easter Monday.
Frannie Collin's penalty and an Alex Flisher strike overturned a half-time deficit, with United one of four teams fighting for the two remaining play-off spots in the Ryman League Premier Division.
Stones fell behind to a Charlie Collins header after 31 minutes.
Collin levelled from the spot on 63 minutes and also played in the free-kick that was headed home by Flisher for the winner nine minutes later.
The result means Stones could still scrape into the play-offs on goal difference if they beat Grays at home on Saturday.
Lowestoft and Dulwich are fourth and fifth on 81 points, with Hornchurch sixth on 79 and United seventh on 78.
Dulwich host third-placed Kingstonian, Lowestoft entertain Harrow Borough and Hornchurch welcome Met Police on the final day.
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