Stourbridge 25, Sedgley Park 28

A last-gasp try from Sedgley Park flanker Mark Goodman broke the hearts of the Stourbridge supporters who have now seen their side slip to back-to-back defeats at Stourton Park.

It was cruel on Neil Mitchell’s side who had led throughout until the marauding back row burst through with just a minute remaining, Steve Collins’ conversion wrapping up an exhilarating win.

Stourbridge made the perfect start with Dan Rundle dotting down in the corner after just four minutes before Chris Scott’s penalty further stretched the advantage.

Collins slotted over a kick in reply only for Stour hooker Jack Lea to charge down a kick and dive on the loose ball to hand the hosts a 15-3 lead, Scott with the extras.

But Park slowly clawed their way back with Jamie Harrison scoring in the corner and Collins converting two penalties to make it 15-14 at half-time.

The interval came at the tight time for the home side who raised their game again at the start of the second period with back row Nigel Mukarati storming through for a converted try.

But the visitors hit back through a converted Harrison effort to restore the one-point margin.

Scott kicked a second penalty on the hour but missed another from a similar position and that proved vital with the visitors grabbing the win a minute from time.