Wealdstone’s magnificent start to the National League South season continued on Monday with a thrilling 4-3 win away at Weymouth.

Ross Lafayette struck the winner in the 89th minute to complete his hat-trick after Dennon Lewis had equalised from Yemi Odubade’s opener. Abdulai Bell-Baggie and Brett Williams also found the net for the hosts.

A lightning start to the game saw The Terras take the lead after just seven minutes when Ollie Harfield squared for Odubade, and he made no mistake when slotting home.

The Stones weren’t behind for long though and levelled proceedings when Billy Clifford’s long ball forward landed at the feet of Lewis, and he tucked in his third goal in three games at the near post.

After such a fast-paced opening, the game fell flat after the equaliser and there were limited chances for both sides.

That was until, though, Lafayette popped up to head in Danny Green’s corner and restore the lead.

The striker was at it again early in the second half, adding his second and Wealdstone’s third when he latched onto Jacob Mendy’s pass and found the net at the second attempt, but Weymouth came storming back through Bell-Baggie’s close-range effort and a Williams penalty following Jerome Okimo’s foul.

Although they left it late, the Stones found the winning formula once again when Lewis’ cross from the right was turned in by Lafayette at the near post to send the travelling fans home happy.

Wealdstone also took maximum points from their Saturday clash at home to Hungerford Town.

Mendy gave the Stones a 1-0 lead at the break, but they were pegged back by Josh Martin’s strike just shy of the hour mark.

However, Lewis restored parity two minutes later and Lafayette’s goal with 15 minutes remaining secured the win.