JUBILANT Yeltz boss Paul Smith had more than one reason to be over the moon after guiding his side to their incredible FA Trophy quarter-final victory at Barnet - with a 'dubious goals panel' decision also saving him 50 quid!

Halesowen's equaliser five minutes from time - which took the game into extra-time and led to the famous win - was initially credited to striker Luke Yates, who thought he had got a touch on a Robbie Bunn cross; but the honour eventually went to Bunn after it was ruled the ball had gone in direct from his inswinging delivery.

And Smith was left light of heart and heavy of pocket by the change of goalscorer - as he is sponsoring Yates per goal this season for the club's end-of-season Benidorm trip fund!

He said: "I always sponsor a player and the lads decided that this season it should be Luke - I have to put £50 in the Benidorm kitty every time he scores with his head, so when the decision was reversed I was absolutely delighted!"

Halesowen, who are top of the Southern League Central Division One table, now face either Concord Rangers, of the National League South, or Southern Premier Central outfit Royston Town in the semis, having avoided remaining National League big guns Harrogate Town and Notts County in Monday's draw.

The two sides are due to play their rearranged quarter-final tonight, after their game on Saturday was postponed due to the weather.

He added: "We really deserved the win - we were absolutely fantastic, and by extra-time there only looked like one side who could win it.

"They worked their socks off and were outstanding to a man - every single one of them.

"We are really looking forward to the semis now - it'll be an incredible occasion and we'll have a massive crowd for the home leg.

"It a favourable draw for us, but in fairness, they will be looking at it and saying exactly the same.

"But until then , we have the serious business of our remaining league games - I've told the players every game left this season now as if it's the last of their careers.

"If they continue to do what they are doing, then they can improve even further."

Yeltz are due to travel to Berkhamsted in a top-of-the-table league clash tonight, and continue their title-chasing league season on Saturday when they are at home to Kempston Rovers (kick-off 3pm)