There was more late drama again at a freezing BACA Thursday as two teams fought tooth and nail to claim the victory.In the end they had to be content to share the spoils as a scintillating hatrick from midfield workhorse White took Bibs to the bring of victory, only for Brenchley to snatch victory for them and give his mate Mitchell a draw at least.
It was fairly even to begin with, with Skins probably edging chances. White's evening got off to a poor start when he let a Green effort in at his near post when the young lad was running out of pitch tight in the by-line.
The bearded White made a mends so after with a run right at the heart of the Skins defence as they backed off. White needed no second invitation to pull the trigger and his shot found the bottom corner.
At this point unbeaten young Josh Mitchell was showing signs of distress after an early challenge. X-Ray's on Friday later confirmed shoulder damage but the young lion continued, trying his hardest to secure that elusive win for his father.
Greenwood put the Skins back in front as he finished powerfully from outside the area.
2-1 at half time but not huge amounts in it.
The second half started at break neck pace with challenges flying in. Bibs were putting the pressure on now and Curry equalised via a big deflection off Mitchell for 2-2. Within 90 seconds the game had turned around when White arrived unmarked at the back post to steer the ball home.
Skins were rattled but they were still getting chances. Virgo inexplicably passed the ball out to Brench but the little tiddler redeemed himself with a fine save spreading his tiny frame to deny the top goalscorer.
Greenwood had another great chance but screwed his shot wide when 1-1.
Brenchley looking for his first of the night forced a brilliant but unorthodox save from the Hat who saved with his feet.
'Dangerous' Dan Russell was getting fired up and after being denied two free kicks in short succession he lunged in with a poor challenge on Green which was born of frustration.
Ridley fired up by his ongoing battle with Curry arrived at the back post and the 50 year old finished well to tie it up with 4 minutes of normal time remaining. Both teams agreed to play an additional 5 minutes to avoid the draw. piled forward and when the ball hit the bar White scrambled the ball home past a despairing Bahrami in goal. Surely Bibs would shut up shop and give Prosser a much needed win, but no they pushed forward again and when the ball broke to Greenwood he played in Eason who found Green who's shot looked like it was going in but Brench was on hand just in case to deflect home. 4-4 and the next group of lads were making there way onto the pitch so the game was declared a draw.
MOTM - Neil White - A virtuoso performance from the midfielder who was a constant menace throughout and got through work aplenty in the midfield.