Jason Bourne chalked his first competitive win as manger for The Wells with a 3-2 home win vs Fisher.
It's was a credit to both clubs players,management and the days officials that the game went ahead through the torrential November rain.
Fisher took the lead on 7mins when Alfie Roache fired home.
Fisher were only able to hold the lead for 5 mins as Jamie Lawrence equalised but not before Fisher left back McFarlane had seen a straight red for violent conduct.
Joe Nwoko made it 2-1 scoring his 2nd goal for his new side in two games on 16mins.
Jason Barton made it 3-1 on 37mins.
Fisher pulled a goal back late in the second half when Sheldon Gooden scored on 86mins.
The Wells held firm for the remainder of the game and secured a valuable 3pts.
The Wells move up to 11th place in the league.
Jason Bourne Reaction -
Saturday saw us welcome Fisher to a very wet culverden and to be fair the ground staff and the match officials worked wonders to get the game on for us. The support although drenched where in fine voice and good numbers considering the conditions.
After a few opening exchanges where both teams looked to find their feet fisher,who where quick on the break all day broke away to open the scoring. All credit to our boys we dug deep and were not to be deterred by conceding early on.
Digga and Barton took control in the middle of the park and we dominated the remainder of the half playing good football and being clinical in front of goal. Diggas free kick was almost indefendable that Drew us level with Barton and the very lively Joe Nwoko adding to the score.
Second half saw a change in momentum as we had to re shuffle the midfield. Both teams missed chances and in the end was a very workman like performance to see the game out after Fisher pulled one back late on.
We welcomed Tom Bryant back and was a boost to have him in the side again. It was great to get that first win under our belt and build momentum moving forward into next weeks vase game at knaphill.