THREE extra time goals ended Hillingdon Borough's resistance as Enfield Town came from behind to win the Middlesex Senior Charity Cup Final 4-1 after extra time.
John Powles steered Boro in front from Jey Silva's fourth minute cross but Enfield levelled early in the second half through Luke Marshall's close range finish.
Boro hung on to take the final into an extra half hour but Glenn Harvey's swerving 30-yard volley put Enfield in front for the first time and Marshall struck twice more to complete both his hat-trick and Enfield's comeback.
The final was held over from April as a result of Boro's fixture congestion, bad weather and Enfield's reluctance to extend their season.
Meanwhile, Hayes & Yeading United remained without a point after two games of the Blue Square Conference South season following a 4-1 defeat at Team Bath.
Dean Smith and Gary Warren put the hosts in front and they should have added to that, not least when Nevin Saroya conceded a penalty, but Delroy Preddie saved from former Hayes reserve teamer Josh Llewellyn.
Ram Marwa gave United a chance of a shock point by pulling a goal back with nine minutes remaining but Mike Perrott and Steve Abbott sealed victory with two late goals.