Pershore Town will go into their WFA Senior Cup final with Worcester City on Tuesday after yet another cup upset on Saturday afternoon.

They did it the hard way again, coming from behind late on to send the Supplementary Cup tie with Shrivenham Town to penalties before eventually winning 4-3 from the spot.

Elliot Lees had given Danny Janes' side the lead against their Step 5 opposition but a gift of an equaliser levelled matters before the break.

Shrivenham took the lead in the second-half but late on Aidan Clark saved the day with a late goal to send the game to penalties and Pershore held their nerve to progress.

"I am delighted with the result as it’s another win against higher league opposition and another Cup run we can hopefully put together." said Janes.

"I felt we dominated the game which is a common theme for us at the moment, this is the most pleasing aspect.

"Shrivenham had some chances at the start of the game in fairness, but both of their goals came from our mistakes.

"We controlled the game and created some very good chances. By not taking those chances Shrivenham were always in the game, we should never have been 2-1 down but that was the situation and the players dug deep yet again.

"They found a way to save the game, we have a habit of doing that and then the players delivered from the spot.

"It is another win and it gives us momentum going into the game on Tuesday."