Watch highlights of the Hellenic Premier Division match between Shrivenham and Flackwell Heath.
Dean Allen grabbed the headlines with his 91st minute winner for Flackwell Heath but the main talking point of the match surrounded the early sending off of Shrivenham goalkeeper Harrison Ellis.
Ellis received his marching orders with just 28 minutes on the clock after he was adjudged to have brought down Flackwell’s Harry Ritchie.
The decision effectively cost Shrivenham dear as they conceded right at the death having defended resolutely for more than an hour of the match with 10 men.
Both sides made a lively start to this match prior to Ellis’ sending off with the hosts looking for their first victory in the Hellenic League Premier Division this season.
But the red card turned proceedings against the home side as they were forced to put Scott Chilcott between the sticks with no substitute keeper on the bench.
Shrivvy survived until the break with Chilcott making an impact in his new temporary goalkeeping role, including one save in particular which saw him parry a low shot around the post.
Josh Morse squandered Shrivenham’s best chance of the half as he could only poke his effort wide when he looked destined to score on 38 minutes.
Shrivvy boss Gareth Davies brought on Jamie Prictor and Lewis Waldon on the hour with both making an impact on the match.
Sam Ockwell almost snatched an unlikely lead for Shrivenham when his header crashed off the Flackwell bar with 20 minutes remaining.
While Shrivenham kept the pacy Flackwell forwards at bay, Waldon and Prictor continued to threaten at the other end but just couldn’t find that elusive chance.
Then heartbreak struck for Shrivvy as Flackwell countered to score a late winner.
Calls for a foul on Prictor were waved away by the referee and Flackwell took full advantage as they surged forward with Dean Allen scoring from a well worked move on 91 minutes.
The goal left Shrivenham with little time to respond and eventually time ran out for the hosts, who in truth deserved at least a point for their efforts.
Click on the video below to watch the action.