Gorleston made a long Tuesday night trip to bottom side Hullbridge Sports and secured a 3-2 away win.

Gorleston took the lead in the 25th minute. Good work by Angus Mackie on the left saw him cross and Connor Ingram headed in.

The lead didn't last long. Eight minutes later the hosts equalised following a free kick with Adam Topley the scorer.

Three minutes into the second half Gorleston regained the lead. Rangel's cross was headed on by Ingram and Craig Parker followed in to slot home. This was Parker's first Gorleston goal.

Just before the hour Jake Jessup fouled an attacker in the area and Hullbridge were awarded a penalty which Martin Tuohy converted to equalise again.

Ten minutes later Gorleston were back in front. Nathan Stewart floated in a cross which Ingram headed in.

Ingram has now hit 97 league goals for Gorleston and 122 in total. He has now moved above Steve King into eighth place on the list of Gorleston's top scorers of all time.

Gorleston have now won ten of their last thirteen games, a run which started with a home victory over Hullbridge.

Tuesday's 3-2 away win follows a 1-0 home win for the Greens last Saturday against Maldon & Tiptree.

The game was scrappy in the first half with few chances.

The deadlock was finally broken seven minutes from time. Connor Deeks picked out Henry Pollock on the right. He got past the full back and drilled a low cross into the six

yard box where Gilfedder arrived to turn the ball into the goal.

Gorleston play their final league game of the season on Saturday away at Tilbury.

Tilbury are fourth from bottom and need a point from the final game to make sure they finish in the relegation play off places rather than automatic relegation.