MATT BATH: Pulled off the save of the match to keep his side at 4-3 deep into extra time. Excellent kicking throughout.

NEIL GRIFFITHS: Phenomenal engine. Showed his experience and battled hard in defence and was a constant threat at set pieces.

SCOTT MASON: Ultra reliable as usual. Kept it tidy and composed and made his clearances count.

CHRIS THOMPSON: His pace at the back proved vital against the speedy Bridgwater frontline. Gritty challenges when needed.

SEAN WOOD: More aggression than we normally see from his game. Always available to help ease the pressure with a telling clearance and was still driving his team forward past the 120th minute mark.

LYNDON TOMKINS: An absolute rock in defence. Wore the captain’s armband with honour and his improvement and consistency in the second half of the season has been immense.

JAMIE REID: In the thick of the action throughout with a typical energetic, heart-on-his-sleeve, no-holds-barred display.

TOM ETHERIDGE: Produced a stunning half-volley for the lead in the second half and a finish of exquisite technique for his second. With his natural hot-headedness kept under control, proved a match-winner.

JODY BEVAN: Few decisions went his way and bated by the Bridgwater crowd, but started to win his headers and grew through the game.

SCOTT GRIFFIN: Given no protection by the officials but kept battling. Nothing fell for him in the box this time, but forced the keeper into two fair second-half saves.

CARL BROWN: Alert to poach the vital equaliser when Bridgwater were in danger of getting away. The home defence could never rest with Browner on their case.

FRED WARD (sub): The diminutive midfielder was even winning headers for the cause when he came off the bench.

ROB HOSKIN (sub): Always an outlet in the channels and was close to putting his side in front with the first attack of extra time.

PAUL BANKS (sub): Development Squad striker who willingly chased down every ball forward.