Marvellous Marvyn the late hero
Wokingham & Emm 1
A LAST-minute winner from skipper Marvyn Roberts ensured a pleasant journey home from Bracknell for the Swans.
Both goalkeepers were in fine form early in the game, Brad Martin saving well from a good drive by Matt Jones before a Junior Maderner drive was tipped over the top.
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A controversial moment arose for referee Neil Templey when a superb through-ball by Maderner left Holloway clear. With just the keeper to beat from ten yards he appeared to be tripped from behind by a defender, but both Templey and his assistant saw nothing.
Salt was nearly rubbed in the Swans' wounds two minutes later when Luke Lee found himself clear, but his tame shot was easily held by Martin.
On the half-hour mark a darting run up the right wing by Will Wellon ended with him being brought down, and Holloway's resulting free kick was headed inches wide by Tom Speers.
Wokingham were finding it hard to penetrate a well-organised defence, led by player-manager Leon Sterling.
Tom Cole saw his free-kick from 18 yards fly just wide on 38 minutes and a rasping drive from Maderner was well pushed over by Aulsberry.
The deadlock was broken four minutes before the break when Holloway's corner was powerfully headed home by the unmarked Speers.
The hosts responded immediately and were level two minutes later when a cross from the right found Sam Duffelen in space and he shot well past Martin.
Maderner had another good effort pushed over by Aulsberry on 51 minutes, and at the other end Wellon did well to clear a dangerous looking cross from Lee.
Alex Walton put in another good cross for the hosts on 62 minutes and Bateman's resulting header was well saved by Martin.
Sterling made a couple of substitutions in an effort to snatch the win, bringing on Jamie Martin for Higgs and Dean Bernard for Holloway.
Going into the last five minutes it looked as if both sides would have to settle for a point each, but for the second season running the Swans stole the points with a last-minute winner.
The impressive Maderner headed the ball goalwards and Aulsberry could only parry the ball out. Roberts was quickest to react and his shot from six yards was deemed to have crossed the line by the assistant referee.