The Wells bagged all 3pts with a hard fought win away at Glebe.
Glebe began the evening sat in 15th on 28pts, while The Wells sat in 5th.
Matt Day opened the scoring for The Wells when he rifled home after excellent play from Euan Sahadow.
Ramell Lake equalised for the hosts on 20mins.
Jamie Philpot put Glebe in front from the penalty spot on 30mins.
Glebe had chances to add to their lead but found Wells debutant keeper Aaron Lee-Wharton in inspired form, pulling off a number of sensational saves.
Chris Lawal equalised for The Wells on 56mins when he fired home from an tight angle after Euan Sahadow’s corner.
In form Euan Sahadow went close to restoring The Wells lead but saw his shot agonisingly cannon off the underside of the Glebe bar.
Chris Lawal secured the win for The Wells when his free kick on the half way line looped over the Glebe keeper and into the net.
Glebe finished the contest with 9 men with a player receiving a red card for a crude challenge on Jason Thompson while another went to the sin bin for dissent.
The win sees The Wells stay in 5th but move up to 46pts.
RICHARD STYLES REACTION - Great to get the @Tun_Wells_FC boys playing again tonight,even better to take the 3 points. May of not been at our best but the result is what matters & after the frustration we’ve had recently the boys are a credit. Quick rest and onto Saturday not as they’re coming thick & fast
It has to be said full credit and respect to @glebefootball & Rocky for all their hard work to get the game on tonight after Tuesdays postponement. Pitch was great and played well. Well done all @glebefootball
Thanks to all the the travelling @TWFCsupporters tonight, we’ve missed you and was great to see so many familiar faces, you’re a credit to the club and we strive to do you proud week by week #UpTheWells
Next up The Wells host Erith & Belvedere on Saturday in the scefl premier division.
Kick Off 3pm.