Wealdstone’s amazing winning streak in the National League South came to an end on Saturday as they were beaten 4-1 at home by Havant & Waterlooville.

Ross Lafayette gave the home side the lead but Jonah Ayunga and Adam Drury turned it around before half-time and further strikes from Alfie Rutherford and Danny Kedwell sealed the Stones’ fate.

Jerome Okimo thought he had given Wealdstone the lead inside four minutes only to be ruled offside, but it didn’t take long to find the opener as Lafayette powered home Billy Clifford’s cross with 11 minutes gone.

However, the hosts were behind for just four minutes as Ayunga charged down Aston Oxborough’s clearance and deflected the ball into the net.

Adam Drury then put Havant in front when he tucked in the rebound after Oxborough had done well to save Ayunga’s initial effort.

Wealdstone have been free-scoring in recent week and will have been confident of producing their own comeback in the second half, but that task was made more difficult just four minutes after the restart as Rutherford beat the offside trap and finished brilliantly.

Even with 22 minutes left on the clock, Wealdstone were put firmly out of sight when Michael Phillips produced a foul in the area, and Kedwell powered in from the spot.

The Stones keep a five-point lead at the top of the table over Hemel Hempstead Town but take a break from league action tomorrow night as they host CB Hounslow United in the Middlesex Senior Charity Cup, kicking off at 7.45pm.