Uxbridge squeezed past Bedfont Town 3 goals to two on Tuesday night in the Quarter-Final of the Middlesex Charity Cup in front of just 51 spectators.
Our young side who were largely represented by our ever progressing reserve side claimed another strong showing against a well turned out Bedfont side.
Reis STANISLAUS stabbed the ball home on 15 minutes, following a cross by the much-travelled Davis Haule.
Michael MURRAY claimed one more goal to add to his impressive list of goals in all comps' this season, by equalising from the penalty spot in the 40th minute after Matt O'Brien fouled Ryan Fenton in the box.
The Bedfont skipper showed dissent to match referee Mark Engelbretson and was duly sent off.
It didn't get any better for the visitors soon after, with the dismissal of their keeper Gary Ross for similar behaviour and was shown a straight red card as well just before half-time.
Midfielder Andrew Capewell shot home in the 62nd minute to put us 2-1 ahead.
Sub keeper Danny Sonner saved well from Ryan Egan, then it was all square again!
Shaun Lucien went down rather easily in the penalty area, and it was left to Joel JACOBS to stroke home his spot-kick.
Liam Stone was back between the sticks and he saved point-blank from Tom Kanek.
This would prove to be crucial, when six minutes from time Paul Mills brought on Craig TOMKINS and he struck the winner by latching onto captain Mo Hashi's ball forward, and the finish was first-class in the final minute.
Team:Stone, Christopher, Trenholme, M.Howell, Hashi(c), Capewell, Fleming, Girt, Murray, Egan, Fenton.
Subs:Brown, Carter, Tomkins(for Girt 84 mins), Peacock(GK).