STOURPORT Swifts finally got a result against Boldmere St. Michaels at the fifth attempt this season thanks to two late League Cup goals from Jack Downing.

The first half produced chances for both sides with Brad Lindsey twice going close for the visitors, and Swifts should have done better when Downing shot into the side netting and Matt Hanson’s tame effort was straight at Lewis Fenney in the Boldmere goal.

Fenney then produced an outstanding double close range save from Nick MacPherson and then Lewis Clarke.

It looked as if this match would go the same way as the previous five when after 56 minutes Boldmere’s Kyle Byrne cut inside from the left and shot low past Richards.

But Swifts got the goal their pressure deserved when with 13 minutes left defender Harry Sweeney handled in the box and Downing blasted high past Fenney from the spot to level the scores.

With two minutes left, Mark Danks managed to squeeze in a perfect cross as he was penned in on the right touchline, and Downing was first to pounce at the near post with a powerful header past Fenney as the clash finished 2-1 to the hosts.

Swifts are at home on Saturday to second placed Heather St. John's (3pm kick-off).