Trinity Under 16s’ long trip to the south of the county was worthwhile, after a 2-1 win at Pinchbeck United.
The victory put the Gainsborough boys into the Lincolnshire U16 Cup semi-final.
But they had to come from behind as on the half hour mark the hosts took the lead with a well taken goal.
That seemed to spark Trinity into life to create a number of chances before the break.
In the second half Trinity’s keeper Josh Brockett pulled off a fine save from a long range effort.
With time running out Trinity changed formation and it paid off almost immediately when striker Tom Williams raced clear to calmly slot the ball home and send the game into extra time.
And it was late in extra time that Williams once again broke clear to fire past the advancing keeper.
This Sunday Trinity host Cleethorpes Town in the quarter-final of the Dave Darby Trophy.
Kick-off on Roses is 2.15pm.