GEORGE Green Juniors Reds under-12s have come out on top in an epic cup final clash with Langley Hornets.

Donnie Ngugi scored the winner with minutes to go in extra time and in a final that swung one way and then the next.

George Green opened the scoring in the first half with a cool side-foot finish from Zak Zaoui but, on the stroke of half-time, Langley equalised as the Reds’ pressure did not amount to goals.

Langley were then awarded a penalty midway through the second half and it was duly dispatched to give them the lead.

With time running out it looked like the Hornets would be the winners but, with two minutes remaining, Przemek Makowski struck a sweet left-foot strike from outside the box to level the final at 2-2.

The game entered extra time and, with both teams playing entertaining exciting football looking for the winner, Langley struck first.

The Hornets looked to hold onto their lead in the final period but conceded a free-kick on the edge of the box and Okba Bassad fired home.

The final was now tense and whoever scored next would surely lift the cup, or it would go to the dreaded penalty shoot-out.

And, with minutes left on the clock, Ngugi popped up with the winner to hand the Reds the trophy.

George Green U13s won through to their second final by beating Townmead 4-1. Jack Bone scored twice, with Alfie Soye and Ellis Boyless also on target.

George Green Reds U15s won their Wycombe League fixture after coming from behind to beat Hughenden Valley 5-1.

Thomas Dickson-Peters bagged a brace with Hicham Bouchareb, Kwame Muhammad and Tariq Brown also netting.

The U15s Blacks played a friendly in readiness for their cup final this Saturday and beat Golden Eagles 9-3.

Can Walsh led the way with four goals while Huran Ahmed scored a hat-trick on his debut. Tom Whipp and Manu completed the scoring.