CERTAIN games live long in fans' memories and, on Saturday at Homers Heath, fans saw a game where the final few dramatic minutes were totally unforgettable, writes a Falmouth Town fan. 

Homers Heath Town came back from a late equalizer to snatch a dramatic victory in the Western League Premier Division on Saturday.

Town started brightly and took the lead in the early stages through Luke Barner. They continued to dominate play in the first half, creating a number of chances but failing to add to their lead.

The second half was much the same, however, the pattern changed slightly with around 15 minutes to go when Town sat back a bit to protect their lead and Buckland started pressing.

Town's young keeper Morgan made at least two cracking saves, much to the delight of supporters. 

Buckland eventually got their reward in the 86th minute through Jared Lewington.

However, Town refused to give up and equalised themselves just two minutes later through Jayden Gilbert. The referee then awarded Town a penalty in the 96th minute, but Tom Annear's spot-kick was saved by Andy Collins.

Town were not to be denied though, and Andreas scored the winning goal from close range just seconds later after a corner saw the cross come in and be slotted home from close range. 

The final whistle went and the travelling F-Troop, Town's players, and officials celebrated the victory that moves Town to the top of the Western League Premier Division table.

Man of the Match: James Ward

Next Match: Cornwall Senior Cup away to Wendron on Wednesday 4th October at 7:30pm.