FOR the second successive season, Airbus claimed the scalp of Welsh Premier outfit Cefn Druids to progress to the second round of the Nathaniel MG Cup and, once again, the victory was achieved in extra-time.

The Wingmakers got off to a flyer at The Rock when Asa Hamilton's pass found James Hooper, who fired past keeper Michael Jones from just inside the box. The lead was doubled when Hamilton was again the provider, this time for Leo Riley, who lobbed Jones from 22 yards out.

Druids got back in the game before the break when Arek Piskorski sent a looping header over 17-year-old Gethin Lloyd, who was making his debut with the gloves.

With 10 minutes remaining, Iwan Cartwright poked home from a corner to draw the hosts level and defeat looked on the cards when, in extra time, Dean Rittenberg put the Ancients in front for the first time.

But the resilient Wingmakers found an equaliser when Brady McGilloway sent a curling shot beyond the grasp of Jones. And, with penalties looming and just a minute left on the clock, it was Lewis Buckley's turn to find the back of the net for a famous win.