Pick up your copy of today's matchday FA Trophy programme v Chester to read the full interview with 'keeper Danny Lewis.  Here is a taster as Danny reflects on that day at Wembley ...

Naturally we are back to discussing penalty kicks.  “It doesn’t phase me facing a penalty, I don’t get nervous.  For a goalie it’s a win-win as nobody expects you to save it.  We missed our first one then they stepped on it and had the chance to win it but put it over.  Then Glenn scored and their man stepped up and I could just feel which way it was going and of course it went off the post.  I dived the right way and like to think I put him off.  Then I was thinking “why is Browny taking this!” and just hoping he’d score.  Then it was just one of those feelings and it all went mad.  There were a couple of corners late in the game when we were trailing one nil still.  It looked like we weren’t going to do it but I was waved up for the corners and the keeper punched the ball off my head, I was that close to scoring but I had to sprint back 90 yards and I was really out of breath when I got back.  The Bromley fans behind my goal were cheering and I looked at the clock and it was 94 minutes and I thought that’s it this is over.  When we scored I had to run the full length of the pitch again to celebrate but I found the energy to do it!  Very emotional.  You can’t believe it really.  Winning any game in the last minute but in the final at Wembley – wow!”