BROMSGROVE bagged a 33-31 win over Burton in Midlands One West - but they left it late to seal victory.

The Boars snatched a win with the very last move of the match when Josh Holt scored in the corner.

It was Holt's second try of the game with Ed Spalding, Chris Hooper and Tom Millen also crossing the the whitewash, while James Upton kicked the remaining points.

Head coach Dan Protherough saud: "We were awarded a penalty which we could have kicked to level the scores.

"Instead, skipper Bobby Green chose to run the ball and the try sent the Finstall Park faithful into raptures of delight.

"But it was touch and go at times and a really good game. Burton finished third last season and I expect them to be up there again this season.

"For some reason, we were half asleep in the opening five minutes and allowed Burton to score two tries.

"It showed the resilience and belief within the side that we were able to come back from 14-0 down so quickly and be in contention by half time.

"Both sides wanted to play attacking rugby and the outcome could have been decided on the toss of a coin. Had Burton won, we couldn't have complained.

"We gave them some easy tries, especially when two of our players collide when going for the same ball.

"It seemed as though Burton made us work harder for our tries.

"We had a number of close games last season that always seemed to go against us, so maybe our luck is changing.

"What is a bit worrying is the fact we've had to come from behind in both games we've won this season.

Bromsgrove travel to play Camp Hill this Saturday.