BEN Tilbury's stoppage time winner ensured Worcester City's season finished on a high, whilst also condemning Haughmond to relegation from The Midland Football League Premier Division.

The hosts knew only three points would give them hope of surviving the drop and they were resolute throughout, frustrating City and limiting them to few opportunities.

But despite their best efforts, the visitors eventually broke through as Tilbury tapped home into an empty net with time almost up to secure all three points and consign Haughmond to Division One for next season.

It was not a game that will live long in the memory but it was a win for City that sees them finish the 2021/22 season in fourth place.

City should have led in the first half when Archie Muirhead went 1-on-1 with goalkeeper Sam Jones, but the Haughmond keeper saved excellently.

The hosts did think they had scored a crucial opening goal in the 79th minute, but the linesman's flag ruled it out.

And then with time almost up, Tilbury provided the final dagger into the hosts' survival hopes as he tapped home following an unselfish square ball from City defender Fortune Maphosa.