RADNOR Valley celebrated victory at Builth Wells on Sunday as the Spar Mid Wales League One club claimed its first county final berth in its history.

Both sides went into the game with confidence but it was the Goats who led on 29 minutes with Lewis Morris lashing home from close range.

Valley continued to dictate the tie with a marauding Dewi Allen going close five minutes later.

However the Bulls weathered the storm and levelled before the break with Richie Powell scrambling home from close range after valley failed to clear a corner.

Valley began the second-half brightly with Steve Morgan drilling inches wide of target.

The match continued to hang in the balance with a dipping corner deceiving Valley goalkeeper Will Fowden only for Liam Jones to clear his lines on the hour.

Moments later and Valley led once more with Morgan heading home from close range.

Builth looked to get back into the game with Dave Thomas firing into the side netting as the Bulls pressed.

Valley were forced to replace the injured Fowden late on but replacement Craig Pigott was well protected by his defence as Valley ended the game strongly.

Joey Price’s free-kick went just over the bar before Liam Jones fired wide from the edge of the area but Valley had already done enough to toast a famous victory.

Manager Paul Morgan said: “The lads are buzzing at making the final.

“This squad loves breaking club records and we are all looking forward to the final now and aim to bring home some silverware which I think the lads deserve for their efforts this season.”

The Aspidistra Radnorshire Cup final will see Radnor Valley take on Knighton Town at Presteigne’s Llanandras Park pm Sunday, April 1.