Manager Paul Bonham went into this game boyed by the return of Jonny Montgomery who slotted straight back into the midfield, Roy Byron again partnered Dan Wilson at the back with Harry Scott and Keith Mupfururirwa also returning to the starting line up.
It was a very tentative opening period in Hertfordshire with both sides struggling to really excerpt any real control over the game, the Dynamos had a couple of half chances with a long range Bruno Brito free kick and a Harry Dalton shot both blocked. Aylesbury's chances weren't helped with two injuries during the half with both Keith Mupfururirwa and Jonny Montgomery having to be replaced due to injury.
The home side took the lead just after the half hour when James Weatherill was exposed at the back and brought down the striker and the subsequent penatly was dispatched. Just before the break though Aylesbury were level, a great ball in from Harry Scott was fired home by substitute Alfie Gaspar.
The home side re took the lead just two minutes later though, a tussle at the back where Dan Wilson appeared to be fouled was not seen by the referee and the striker beat Weatherill to give London Colney the lead going into half time.
The second half saw Aylesbury take a lot more control, Bruno Brito had a shot tipped over, Alfi Touceda then drilled a fierce effort just over the bar. The away side were getting closer to the equaliser and on sixty minutes Touceda had another thunderbolt from twenty yards which scraped the woodwork.
The Dynamos did equalise on sixty eight minutes when a flick on from Harry Dalton was latched upon by Joe Fitzgerald flying down the wing, his cross was met by Bruno Brito and the striker made no mistake. Game on.
The away side, now in the ascendancy were striving for another goal, Harry Dalton was played in by Brito but one on one with the keeper he put the ball wide, Dan Wilson then headed an Alfi Touceda free kick over the bar. Aylesbury were made to pay for these missed chances when with four minutes to play Colney scored with an excellent volley. Aylesbury should again have equalised two minutes later, Harry Scott again crossed the ball and just three yards out Brito somehow managed to scoop the ball over the bar. The home side then went up the other end of the pitch and got their fourth and the three points.
This was a game where the Dynamos could and possibly should have got something from and they will rue the missed chances.