HEREFORD loanee Harrison Summers scored on his debut for Hereford Pegasus and was named man of the match in their dramatic 4-3 victory against Shrivenham.

There was little to separate the sides until the 35th minute when the visitors scored from the angle of the area with a drive from Zac Skinner.

Four minutes later, a corner kick by Jordan Williamson found captain Jamie Price, his strike from 20 yards nestled in the net off the base of the upright, beating the despairing dive of Sam Ayers to draw level at 1-1.

Nine minutes after the break Shrivenham regained the lead as the dangerous Skinner scored his second goal of the afternoon.

However, barely two minutes had elapsed when Connor Davies-Austin crossed the ball into the penalty area from the left, he found Richard Greaves in space who directed his header into the far corner of the goal to equalise for a second.

In the 75th minute Pegasus had an opportunity take the lead for the first time in the match.

Carlos Moreira gained a penalty kick after he was felled in the box. However, the midfielder crashed the ball against the crossbar from 12 yards.

Pegasus were punished for the penalty miss as four minutes later Shrivenham were ahead again through Callum Parsons from close range.

However, two minutes from full-time, with the match seemingly lost, the hosts levelled the scores for a third time. A through ball from Williamson beyond the visitors defence was chased by debutant Summers who shrugged off his marker to fire home from a tight angle.

In the third minute of stoppage time Pegasus were awarded a free kick on the edge of the penalty area.

The strike from Jamie Price took a slight deflection and found the back of the net to secure a 4-3 victory and a vital three points.