AFC Bournemouth were left with egg on their faces as they conceded a late winner against Luton Town on Saturday.
The game was listed as the lunchtime kickoff, but it looked as though the Cherries were off the menu as they went into half time 2-0 down owing to a Kelly own goal and an Allan Campbell beauty.
Scott Parker’s side then scored two goals after half time, with another goal from Marcondes following on from his hattrick against Yeovil, and Morgan Rogers’ first goal for the club.
For a time it looked as though the Cherries had earned themselves a tough point on the road, but Kai Naismith struck in the eighth minute of added time to break Cherries fans hearts.
The result leaves Bournemouth second in the Championship, behind title rivals Fulham who saw off Birmingham in a 6-2 drubbing last night.
Elsewhere, Poole Town ran out 2-1 winners over playoff hopefuls Gosport Town.
Skipper Jamie Whisken put the Dolphins ahead, before Will Spetch tucked away a penalty five minutes before half time.
An own goal from Declan Rose blew the game open, but Poole hung on to record the win.
This was the fourth win in a row for Tom Killick’s men following their stunning midweek performance against Portland United in the Dorset Senior cup.
They remain ninth in the table, just one point outside of the playoffs.
Things aren’t so rosy for Wimborne Town however, as they went down 3-1 to Taunton Town at the weekend, before bowing out of the Dorset Senior Cup last night.
A cup final could’ve been a real bright spot in what has been a poor campaign for the Magpies, with the club rooted to the bottom of the Southern League Premier South.
In the Wessex League Premier Division, Bournemouth Poppies were in home action against Fareham, where they drew 2-2.
Elsewhere, Christchurch extended their unbeaten record to 6 games with a 0-0 draw against Baffins Milton Rovers, before seeing that run end last night in dramatic fashion at home against Alton.
Church had gone 2-1 up before receiving a sin bin that took them down to 10 men. Alton equalised almost immediately after and then scored a winner with 10 minutes to go.
They remain 18th in the Wessex League Premier Division, just above Bournemouth Poppies who sit in 19th.
Hamworthy United were the only local side not in league action as they took on Glebe in the F.A. Vase.
They saw a successful campaign continue with an action-packed 3-2 win seeing them go through to the last 16 of the competition, where they will face Tunbridge Wells FC at home on the 12th February.