Phoenix Sports rose from the flames of a potential loss to secure a tense 4-3 win over Crystal Palace FA in Division F.
The Kent-based side found themselves 3-1 down and destined for defeat. However, Phoenix summoned the strength thanks to tremendous character to bounce back with two goals from Andrews, a third from Solon, plus an own goal.
The result meant that Phoenix Sports remain unbeaten after the opening two games.
It was all square for Bromley v Maidstone in an all-Kent tie which finished 2-2. Just as Phoenix Sports mounted a major comeback, so Maidstone recovered from a two-goal deficit.
Bromley completely dominated the first half and should have been 1-0 upon the first 10 seconds. The Maidstone goalkeeper had a great game and helped his side go into the break all level.
After the break, Bromley took the lead through Kaiyne with an amazing goal from 25 yards. Ollie Tanner scored a solo effort just minutes later for 2-0.
Bromley failed to get grips with the game, not helped by an injury forcing changes to the team which turned the momentum.
The league leaders finished the match with just 10 men after another late injury, by which time Maidstone had clawed back their 2-0 deficit to draw
The game then finished 2-2, which was not a fair reflection of proceedings.
This result meant that Bromley stayed top of the league and carried on their unbeaten run.
In other games around the division, Dulwich Hamlet under-19s found themselves on the wrong end of a 6-2 scoreline to the Millwall Lions.
Welling United went down 3-1 at home to Dartford under-19s Academy Reds. West Ham United Foundation won their opening game of the league by seeing off Charlton Athletic Trustís Under-21 side 4-2.
Greenwich Borough have withdrawn from the division.