Craig Eastmond snatched a last-gasp point for Sutton in an entertaining 3-3 draw at fellow National League high-flyers Wealdstone, after the Stones had come from two goals down to take the lead.

Isaac Olaofe and Omar Bugiel had the visitors in a commanding position after just 11 minutes, before a Ross Lafayette brace levelled the tie.

Jacob Mendy had the Stones on course to take all three points, but Eastmond nicked a point in stoppage time.

Sutton made a quick start to the game, with Olaofe celebrating his 21st birthday in style as the on-loan Millwall striker opened the scoring for in only the fourth minute when he slotted home from close range.

The Us moved 2-0 ahead after 11 minutes in fortuitous fashion as Wealdstone goalkeeper Harry Isted’s clearance ricocheted off Bugiel and ended up in the net.

Stones were behind until half-time, but halved the deficit soon after the restart, when Ross Lafayette headed home in the 47th minute after Kundai Benyu’s cross was headed back across goal by Danny Parish.

Lafayette grabbed his second to level for the hosts in 67th minute following an extended period of attacking football from the home side.

That attacking continued and Stones went close to taking the lead in the 82nd minute with Harry Beautyman’s header crashing back off the crossbar, but they would not have to wait long before they put themselves ahead.

Mendy found the net with a sensational long range effort just six minutes later and with only two minutes left on the clock, it looked as if it was the winning goal.

However, Eastmond stabbed home from a corner in the fifth minute of stoppage time to force Wealdstone to settle for a point, keeping them in the playoff positions in fourth.