HARRY Morgan’s late double saw Wimborne Town complete a turnaround to win 2-1 at Bristol Manor Farm.

Trailing to an early Ben Bament goal, Magpies rallied to score twice in the final 10 minutes to stay top of the Southern League Division One South table.

Boss Tim Sills named an unchanged XI for the contest, but his side were behind early on when Bament was judged to have beaten the offside trap as he raced through on goal, before slotting past goalkeeper Ross Flitney.

Morgan, Harry Baker and Lewis Beale all had early efforts, while the defence stood firm to thwart Bristol’s counter-attacks.

Flitney made a low stop from Jayden Nielsen, while Billy Walker came close to equalising, his header coming back off the post.

Wimborne had control after the restart but could not find the breakthrough, Morgan, Jack Lovell and Josh Carmichael all going close to netting.

The pressure finally told on 80 minutes. A free-kick was headed back across goal by Sam Jackson, allowing Beale to turn it on to Morgan to poke home.

Wimborne then snatched a winner, countering from a Bristol corner. Cameron Munn was fouled, allowing Morgan to step up and slam home the resulting penalty.

Munn then struck a post late on, but two goals were enough.