Ely City Reserves won the Adcock Cambridge Premier Cup final on Friday night after the game went to a dramatic penalty shoot-out.

In magnificent style, Ely came back from a two-goal deficit against West Wratting  with two injury-time goals by Dan Jeffrey and Sam Townshend.

The game was played at the Newmarket Town's Tristel Stadium. The full-time goal scorers for Wratting were Andy Palmer and Lewis Russell.

Ely made a slow  started and found themselves a goal-down after six minutes.

Things evened out after 30 minutes and half-time score remained 1-0.

Wratting doubled their lead on the 74 minute from a free kick, but Ely never stopped fighting and into injury time, they were awarded a free kick which Dan Jeffrey sent soaring into the Wratting goal.

Two minutes later Sam Townshend slotted home to the delight of more than 400 supporters to take the match to penalties.

Wratting missed their first spot kick and with Ely scoring all of theirs as it came down to Sam Townshend to win the match, unfortunately his shot hit the post.

Wratting then had their next penalty saved and Dani Carvalho slotted home to take the victory for Ely Reserves.

A great night for a young Reserves side who also face Wratting in the challenge cup semi final soon.

Ely Standard: Celebrations after the final whistle.Celebrations after the final whistle. (Image: Richard Frewin)

Players: Murfitt, Logan, Baxter, Skillen, Jones, Diver, Loker, Moran, Knight, Josh Townshend, Sam Townsend, Dan J, Carvalho, Woodbine, Drewitt and Stokes.