The Wells somehow came away from Eden Park Avenue with no points despite being comfortably the better of the two sides.
The Wells deservedly took the lead on 24mins when some nifty foot work from Brad Large gave him space to cross in to the box and find the head of Ryan Crandley who guided the ball into the Becks net.
Jason Bourne's side began the 2nd half with the same gusto and scored twice early on only for the referees assistant to rule both efforts offside.
Becks drew level when Alobiuso found the net on a rare attack.
Both sides had a player sent off with the now obligatory handbags between both sets of players. Kieron Tarbie seeing red for Wells.
Jamie Humphries broke the large Wells travelling contingents hearts though when he found a winner 5mins from time on a counter attack.
Despite the defeat Jason Bourne will be buoyed by a much better performance than that of the previous week.
With strong displays from debutant Dane Moore in midfield and the ever impressive Ryan Crandley and Alfie Hall a turn in fortunes seems just around the corner.