Bromsgrove Sporting slipped to a third straight defeat after losing to Stratford Town, managed by former gaffer Gavin Hurren writes Max Banner.

Lewis Ludford-Ison gave the visitors a first half lead before Conor Tee levelled in fine style five minutes into the second half. The winner came in the 59th minute, courtesy of defender Paul McCone.

The early stages were devoid of any clear chances, with the 29th minute seeing Jack Storer drag a tame effort wide.

The opener came in the 37th minute, as Stratford striker and former Rousler; Callum Ebanks hit the post with an effort, allowing Ludford-Ison to tap the rebound home into an open goal.

Bromsgrove's Kieron Berry had a shot saved by the feet of keeper Liam O'Brien a minute later, whilst Ebanks concluded a marauding run with a strike narrowly wide in the final moments of the half.

The equaliser came via an exquisite 25-yard curled effort from Tee that flew serenely into the top corner of O'Brien's net.

Ludford-Ison almost doubled his tally in the 57th minute, but his shot was off target.

The eventual winner came two minutes later, as a goalmouth scramble resulted in McCone poking the ball home.

Sporting's Kidderminster loanee Kobe Hall who came on as a substitute, almost bagged a debut goal, but he could only head Miro Pais' cross narrowly wide of the mark.

Defender David Solademi nearly brought the Rouslers level in additional time, but his fiercely struck drive from the edge of area went wide and the match finished Bromsgrove Sporting 1-2 Stratford Town.