SATURDAY, I walked with heroes. I travelled on the supporters coach to Yeovil, paid my £20 quid and joined the other 216 FGR fans in the stand.

Mark Cooper's team can be tame and at home and it is the same with fans. Arriving at the New Lawn I met several old friends. Joining the coach at Stonehouse was ace. Logistics manager was Paul Petipher while wife Sally was catering officer - both were superb.

The crowd was on the front-foot from the outset, proud of their club and loyal to it. The game was initially nothing special with Yeovil containing the technically superior Forest Green.

The referee worried me. He constantly allowed encroachment at free-kicks and was to make major errors that could have cost us the game. He allowed a goal following a foul and sent off Paul Digby. That incensed all of us. The crowd turned the volume up and manager Mark made subs that showed he was going for broke. Rovers 10-men played with pace and gusto! Goals had to come with the Yeovil defenders as immobile as the Avebury standing stones. Seven-minutes added time gave Rovers the time to win the game and win it they did, driving with pace and confidence into the Yeovil penalty area. The loyal crowd were understandably ecstatic and there were some marvellous moments to come. Team, fans and manager were united in joyous celebration of a famous victory. Well done!!