Maidstone’s winless run reached 17 games as their slide towards National League South continued at Maidenhead. The Magpies were the last side United beat - a 3-2 win at the Gallagher at the end of November.
But a first-half double from Emile Acquah ensured there would be no repeat, with Regan Booty pulling a goal back late in the second half.
Seventeen games matches the Stones’ winless run of the 2017/18 National League season although back then their blistering early-season form meant safety was never seriously in doubt.
Maidstone made two changes to the side beaten on penalties by Barnet in the FA Trophy last weekend. James Alabi came in up top following Jack Barham’s move to Aldershot, while Booty returned in midfield for the injured Roarie Deacon.Read more on kentonline.co.uk