Two goals in five second half minutes from Ossett Albion centre forward Rob Bordman brought the Bloods unbeaten run to an end at the blustery Butcher’s Arms yesterday.
Droylsden, who made one change from the draw at Lancaster last weekend with Dominic Smith starting up front with Dan Grimshaw on the bench, made the early running in the game, a Domaine Rouse shot deflected wide and Ben Barber hitting the woodwork.
The Bloods should have taken the lead after great work from full back Sam Gibson set up Brandon Zibaka only for the forward to shot wide.
At the other end a Dominic Riordan header hit the crossbar from a corner.
The teams went into half time goalless but Droyslden took the lead five minutes after the break from the penalty spot after a Ben Barber cross was hand balled, Barber slotting the penalty home.
But after the goal it was the away team who took command and on seventy two minutes Rob Bordman equalised after the ball fell kindly in the area and lobbed Steve James in the Droyslden goal.
Five minutes later, Albion were in front, the same player put through in the box and rounding the keeper to fire into an empty net.
Bloods brought on new loan signing Luke Daly but were unable to get back into the game.
The defeat leaves Droylsden in seventeenth place on twenty six points and they face Spennymore Town at the Butcher’s Arms next week.