OXFORD City lost 3-1 at Welling United on Saturday, with all four goals coming in the second half.

Kyran Wiltshire was on target for Mark Jones’s side to cancel out Conor Dymond’s earlier effort in the Vanarama National League South clash.

But City were level for just 60 seconds as the hosts converted a penalty and wrapped the game up four minutes from time.

A low-key first half saw the visitors’ best chance come in the eighth minute, but Josh Ashby’s dangerous ball into the box evaded a crowded area.

The hosts appealed for a penalty late in the half when Adam Coombes looked to be fouled, but the officials waved away their protests.

Both sides then had chances to go ahead before the break, Craig Fasanmade dragging a shot wide for City before visiting goalkeeper Craig King kept out a Coombes free-kick.

Welling went ahead just after the hour mark, Dymond scoring after the ball fell at his feet following a corner.

Wiltshire had already gone close for City before he drew his side level.

The substitute was quickest to react to his original shot that was blocked and fired home.

However, a minute later the hosts went back in front.

Aaron Cosgrave’s run into the box was halted by a tackle from Ben Jefford and Coombes slotted home from the penalty spot.

City pushed forward in a bid to find an equaliser, but were caught on the break with four minutes to go.

Joe Anderson played a superb defence-splitting pass to Coombes, who beat the offside trap, before racing towards goal, beating King with a cool finish to wrap up the points.

Oxford City: King, Jones, Jefford (Tapp 82), Ashby, Moore-Azille, Oastler, Fleet (Wiltshire 58), Fasanmade, McEachran, Owusu (Rowe 53), Self. Subs not used: Caro, Brown.