Wayne Brown’s led at the interval thanks to a first Jammers goal for Frankie Terry and a penalty kick from Bryan Ifeanyi.
Al-Amin Kazeem provided an inch perfect cross for Bradley McClenaghan to head home early in the first half, as the Jammers sailed in to a comfortable three goal lead.
However, the hosts battled back and scored three times in ten minutes to steal what looked at one stage, an unlikely point.
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Next up for the Jammers is a home game against Great Wakering Rovers as they welcome to Park Drive on Saturday 20 November.