Spennymoor Town v Tunbridge Wells
The FA Carlsberg Vase Final
3pm, Saturday 4 May 2013
It was Perry Spackman's late, late extra-time winner that clinched Tunbridge Wells' place in The FA Carlsberg Vase Final at Wembley.
On Saturday the defender wants to help his mates become champions and take the prestigious trophy back to Kent.
Spackman was up for a corner in the closing stages of their Semi-Final second-leg against Shildon and crashed home a header to edge a 4-3 aggregate win.
It was their second victory over Northern League opposition, after they knocked out holders Dunston UTS in Round Four.
And now, with another side from the same division - which has boasted the last four Vase winners - in The Final on Saturday, Spackman would love to net another goal to seal victory.
"After doing quite well last year, we didn't come into the competition until the Second Round," explained Spackman.
"We've not let in a goal at home during the run, but the highlight for me was definitely scoring the winner in the final minutes of extra-time in the Semi-Final.
"It was an amazing moment for me, and as I've always said, centre-halves win football matches, they're the rules!"
He added: "Our goal is to win, and I know it's a bit of a cliché, but we started off this season with the aim of winning The Vase.
"We're now at Wembley but we've still got to win the game. We're not coming here for a day out, we want to go home as winners.
"There are a lot of people here we know, and we want to make sure their trip is worthwhile."
A big crowd of around 15,000 is expected at Wembley on Saturday, which would be the highest attendance in The Vase Final for five years.
And Spackman, who hails the spirit of the Tunbridge Wells squad, is looking to put a smile on the faces of their traveling fans.
"We're all local boys, the furthest away is Maidstone, which is only 20 minutes away from Tunbridge Wells.
"Nobody gets paid a pound, so we're here for the love of the game and the camaraderie that we have in the squad. We have a tight friendship and go out together a lot after games as well."
Spackman continued: "We have a really close-knit fan base, there's usually a couple of hundred that come every single home game.
"They have their favourites on the pitch, and they definitely like shouting abuse at me, but it's all taken in good spirits.
"They have been great for us and it will be amazing to have so many at Wembley cheering us on, and it's what we do it for."
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