BURY Grammar School Old Boys completed a blistering comeback to win 4-2 at home to Old Blackburnians.

The Old Boys conceded two goals inside the opening 20 minutes, but replied with four of their own after the break.

The victory helped Bury Grammar leapfrog their opponents, moving up to 10th in the Lancashire Amateur League Premier Division, while Old Blacks dropped to 12th.

Old Blacks started the day in fine style, taking the lead in the 10th minute from a 30-yard free kick before doubling their lead 10 minutes later with a shot that flew into the bottom corner from distance.

After the visitors controlled the early exchanges, Bury slowly crept back into the game but were unable to translate greater possession into goals before the break.

Old Blacks' resolve finally broke five minutes into the second half when Bury's Adam Hudson headed home from a corner.

The match was all-square five minutes later when Ste Wood tapped home the equaliser.

Sam Reay's shot squirmed under the body of the Old Blacks' keeper as Bury stormed into the lead.

And the comeback was complete 10 minutes from time when Reay beat three defenders and fired in a shot that the visiting stopper could only palm into the path of Wood, who finished neatly for his second of the game.

Tottington United remain second bottom after losing 7-2 at home to Oldham Hulmeians, who moved up to eighth.