CHARD Town clinched a 4-3 victory over Wellington in the Toolstation league yesterday when Sam Clark converted a hotly disputed penalty in injury time.

Wellington, playing down the Zembard Lane slope in the first half, saw Cleal put in a firm shot which keeper Hutchings only grabbed at the second attempt.

Chard then stunned Wellington with two goals in five minutes.

The first saw Woodgate's back pass get intercepted by Latis who calmly steered it past a stranded Viney.

The second saw a shot come back off the Wellington crossbar and it was Latis who reacted first to make it 2-0.

Wellington struggled to get back in to the game and it was Chard who continued to have the better of the first half.

But just before the interval Wellington had a free kick on the edge of the Chard box and the ball ended up at the feet of Clough who calmly buried it.

The second half saw Wellington step up the pace and Jack Bryant levelled the scores with a stunning 30 yard shot.

Wellington continue to have the better of the game but with 15 minutes left Chard's Barfoot put a great ball through to the unmarked Warren who drove it past Viney to make it 3-2.

Back came Wellington and Cleal made a good run before being fouled on the edge of the box. Boyle stepped up and promptly put the ball over the wall and in off the post.

With time running out Holmes was sent off for foul language and then Clark was brought down in the area penalty.

He calmly slotted it past Viney for the winner.

Wellington deserved a draw but their eight match away run has seen them only collect three points.

After scoring two excellent goals they will be disappointed to lose another game through indifferent defending.