What a difference a week makes for Eastbourne Borough.

They went from conceding five goals to Hampton and Richmond the weekend before last to on Saturday scoring five in their victory over Billericay.

A 14-minute brace from substitute brace from substitute John Oyinsan, plus goals from Leonne Gravita, Joel Rollinson and James Hammond helped the Sports to beat Billericay 5-2 at New Lodge.

Billericay had taken the lead through Chambers and then had pulled the score back to 2-2 two minutes after going behind.

But substitutes Gravita and John Oyinsan did the damage late on.

Rollinson had Borough’s best chance of the first half as his low drive came back off the bar.

But after a goalless first half, just 120 seconds into the second period Billericay took the with Chambers heading home Sutherland’s corner.

However, ten minutes later Borough had a golden chance to level the scores as Chambers pushed Chris Whelpdale over in the box.

Hammond stepped and scored to make it 1-1.

Rollinson, who had gone closest in the first half, then deservedly got on the scoresheet as Greg Luer cross was not cleared by the hosts, found the midfielder who fired the ball home off the inside of the post.

But that lead lasted just two minutes as Wabo found himself unmarked in the box and slotted his effort in from close range.

Gravata came on in the 72nd minute to replace Luer and eight minutes later headed Boro back in front.

With four minutes to go Oyinsan made it 4-2 as Gravata played a pass into him and the sub turned well before picking out the bottom corner.

In the 90th minute Oyinsan grabbed his brace and secured all three points for the visitors, with Gravata cutting a ball back to him which he headed home.

But manager Danny Bloor hailed his backroom staff and players for how they coped with a depleted squad.

He said: “It shows what hard work does we worked really hard on this training ground this week and I knew last Saturday was a week too early for us with the injuries and unavailability.

“But today (Saturday) we went into the game with only one fit central defender in Mitch Dickinson, which was outstanding having him back.

“James Ferry, who can play a lot of positions was forced to play there.

“We had Dom Hutchinson and we had Jake Elliott missing so we are still pretty depleted and to come to a place like Billericay and score five goals is a credit to my whole management team and all of my players.”

Meanwhile Worthing also got their first win of the campaign, beating Bowers & Pitsea 4-1 at the Crucial Environmental Stadium.

A brace from Ollie Pearce plus goals from Aarran Racine and Tom Chalaye sealed a comfortable win for Adam Hinshelwood’s side.

Lewes picked up their first point of the season as they drew 2-2 against Cheshunt at The Dripping Pan.

Razzaq Coleman De-Graft had put Lewes ahead in the 52nd minute.

Ken Charles then drew the visitors level in the 77th minute, but six minutes later Joe Taylor opened his account for the Rooks to put them 2-1 up.

That lead only last five minutes as Reece Beckles-Richards drew Cheshunt level.

In the 90th minute Tom Carlse was handed a second booking and sent off to leave the Rooks to play with ten men for the final few minutes.

Saturday’s scores:

Vanarama National League South. Billericay 2-5 Eastbourne

PitchingIn Isthmian Premier. Haringey Borough 3-1 Horsham, Lewes 2-2 Cheshunt, Worthing 4=1 Bowers & Pitsea.

FA Cup prelim Rnd. Bearstead 0-3 Burgess Hill, Beckenham Town 0-3 Hastings, Lancing 0-4 Haywards Heath, Steyning 0-0 Sutton Common Rovers.