AFC Wulfrunians 3
Pelsall Villa 3
Villa came from behind three times, finally equalising in the sixth minute of injury time.
Incredibly the referee found another four minutes but neither team could find the winner, which would have been cruel to both sides as they had contributed to a great game.
On 12 minutes Mitchell raced into the Villa box, flicked the ball past Jenkins and then collided with him. The referee awarded a penalty that Mitchell took himself. Jenkins saved the first effort with his feet but was adjudged to have moved too much. The kick was retaken and this time Mitchell scored.
On 34 minutes Houston crossed into the box, Grant at full stretch just got his head to the ball but it dropped perfectly for Mitchell to hit a first time shot flying into the net.
At the start of the second half Villa came out with all guns blazing and on 48 minutes good close control on the by-line right of goal by John Vickers saw him turn and hit a vicious near post cross that Tipton took well.
Two minutes later Ryan Mosedale raced through the home defence, Tipton saving from under the bar.
AFC’s first effort came on 68 minutes, Grant turning and shooting to bring a full length save from Jenkins.
Villa equalised on 72 minutes, Sherwood hit a right wing corner into the box and a pinball situation developed. Vickers appeared to hit the foot of the post but Paul Miller pounced to drive the ball home through a forest of legs.
Back came AFC, a foul on the left of the box saw a free kick delivered to the near post. Tom Griffiths was in first to put the ball behind for a corner.
On 82 minutes Sherwood played a ball over the top of the home defence, Tipton racing from his goal to deny Michael Griffiths.
Then disaster for Villa. A right wing free kick was delivered into the Villa box, the ball richochetted around until Skedgel forced the ball home from close range on 83 minutes.
Villa went looking for the equaliser their performance deserved. A right wing run by Stuart Sullivan saw him find Karl Webster who swapped passes with Michael Griffiths before hitting a cross shot across goal from an impossibly tight angle. On 96 minutes justice was done when skipper Craig Gittins won the ball in centre field, ran on and played a ball into the box, Grant back in defence glanced a header past the advancing Tipton.
There was still time for Anslow to get on the end of a right wing free kick and bring another full length save from Jenkins.
Not a classic, but six goals and in the end a draw was a fair result.