TWO goals in the last five minutes from debutant Richard Burgess saw Stourport Swifts grab a dramatic 2-1 win over Bedworth United in Southern League Division One West.

Bedworth started brightly and had early chances which fell to Lee Moore and Paul Spacey.

Most of Swifts' attacks revolved around the new signing from Bromsgrove, Burgess, who was twice denied by ex-Swifts 'keeper Lee Evans.

The visitors missed a great chance just before half-time when Leon Doughty headed over with the goal at his mercy.

Doughty also missed a good opportunity early in the second-half when he was clean through with only Aaron O'Malley to beat but dragged his shot wide.

The game exploded into life in the last 15 minutes when firstly Bedworth were awarded a penalty after Duncan Willetts tripped Guy Hadland.

Lee Moore took the spot-kick which was well saved by O'Malley but, unfortunately for the Swifts' stopper, the ball rebounded to Gilbert Cummings who fired home from the edge of the box.

Stourport levelled in the 85th minute when an inswinging Dan Bragoli free-kick was glanced home by Burgess.

The same player capped an excellent debut two minutes later when great work from Craig Webb set him free.

Burgess raced down the wing, cut inside and gave Evans no chance with an unstoppable drive.

O'Malley had to make a decent save to deny Doughty in stoppage time but Stourport held on to complete a double over the Warwickshire side.

Swifts: O'Malley 7, M Jones 6 (Price 78), Green 7, A Jones 7, Powell 8, Webb 8, Willetts 6, Bragoli 7, Crisp 6, *Burgess 9, Checketts 6 (Mason 78). Subs not used Atkinson, Parker.

Attendance: 108.