Yeovil Town loan striker Wilfried Domoraud was the hero for Weston-super-Mare over the weekend when he netted a last gasp equaliser for the Somerset side away at league leaders Eastbourne Borough.
In a chaotic match that saw nine yellow cards, two red cards, former Glovers trialist Ashan Holgate stetchered off straight into an ambulance after collapsing on the pitch, Weston took the lead in the 18th minute when Domoraud ran onto a long punt up field that took him behind the Eastbourne defence, shooting home from the edge of the box.
Eastbourne looked to have wrapped the game up though when they got two late goals to turn the match around. However, a dramatic ending saw two Eastbourne players get their marching orders and in between Domoraud took advantage of the disruption to poke home a close range equaliser for the Seagulls.
In addition to Domoraud and Holgate, Weston also fielded former Glovers defender Curtis Ujah, whilst their squad also includes goalkeeper Ryan Northmore, who was suspended on Saturday, and former Youth Team centre-back Harry Sherwood.
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