FROME Town bounced back from their biggest defeat of the season in midweek to record their biggest win of the season and almost certainly their biggest ever away win in the Southern Premier League as they ran amok in the last 20 minutes at Kings Langley.

With the kick-off delayed by 15 minutes due to traffic hold-ups, Frome started badly as the hosts latched onto a long ball over the top in the 11th minutes and Mitchell Weiss made no mistake to make it 1-0.

With Frome again slow to get going, Kyle Phillips kept them in the game until the 36th minutes when Ollie Knight followed up a Jake Jackson shot to level.

With Jon Davies scoring with a low shot into the corner in the 40th minute, Chas Hemmings heading home in the 45th and a home defender receiving a straight red for a foul on Knight a minute later, Frome seemed comfortably in control at half time.

However, the hosts had other ideas and applied significant pressure at the start of the second half.

Weiss made it 3-2 in the 55th minute as he bundled home a corner and Phillips made several saves to keep Frome’s noses in front.

However, in the 71st minute, the floodgates started to open as Joe Raynes converted a Davies pass, Darren Jefferies shot home under Martin Bennet a minute later and a Marcus Mapstone header in the 82nd minute and a Jackson penalty right at the end completed the rout.