FOUR goals in the last 10 minutes ensured Cinderford Town’s place in the final of the Gloucestershire FA Challenge Trophy.

The Hellenic League Premier play-off hopefuls beat Cheltenham Saracens 5-2 at Gloucester City’s Tiger Turf Stadium on Tuesday evening (April 2).

But the visitors, who play in Division One of the Hellenic League, made Town work hard as they scored to make it 3-2 with seven minutes to go.

Kerry Morgan hit the target twice in the last two minutes to complete his hat-trick and book a showdown with Mangotsfield Utd – who they were due face in the league last night (Thursday)

The final takes place on Thursday, April 25 at the Gloucestershire FA ground in Almondsbury.

Charlie Davies opened the scoring for The Foresters on 32 minutes and it remained 1-0 at the break.

Cinderford had several chances in the second half but it was Saracens who scored next with the equaliser coming on 68 minutes.

Morgan put Cinderford back in front with his first goal on 80 minutes and two minutes later Craig Norman gave Town some breathing room when he converted a cross from close range to make it 3-1.

But Saracens set up a nervy last seven minutes for the Foresters with their second goal.

Morgan restored the two goal advantage after 88 minutes and completed the hat-trick on 90.

Town still have league ambitions with a play-off place a distinct possibility after holding promotion-chasing Corsham Town to a goalless draw last Saturday.

They are undefeated in their last five league games and are seventh in the table, just one point behind fourth- and fifth-placed Highworth Town and Slimbridge in the last two play off places.

Tomorrow (Saturday) they face a big test when they take on Royal Wooton Basset Town who are currently third.