ILKLEY Town’s super subs Joe Chilaka and Ben Greenhow scored goals in the last 10 minutes to complete a remarkable turnaround and win 2-1 at Headingley on Saturday.

After a low-key start, the first chance fell to the hosts when their No 9 wrestled past Darren Munday before going one-on-one with James Hirst, but the Ilkley goalkeeper made himself big to get rid of the danger.

The referee then gave Headingley a penalty a few minutes before half-time as Dave Hancock was penalised for handball.

Their No 10 did the honours and tucked the ball into the bottom right corner to break the deadlock.

However, Ilkley felt aggrieved as they had a penalty shout turned down when it looked like Benji Claydon had been brought down inside the penalty area.

At the start of the second half, after a menacing run, Alfie Heaton had a shot parried out for a corner.

But the game was made even more difficult for Ilkley with about half an hour left on the clock when Hirst was given a red card for preventing a goal-scoring opportunity by rushing out of the box and bringing down Headingley’s No 10 to prevent Headingley from doubling their lead.

This meant that Ilkley’s centre-half Munday had to go in goal for the rest of the game, and the away team decided to bring on Chilaka and Greenhow for Claydon and Tom Smith to switch to a more direct style of play.

In the final stages, Richard Bull picked out Greenhow but his shot hit the side-netting.

Town finally got their reward when Munday made a route one assist inside his own box to Chilaka, who used his blistering pace to get to the ball and blast it into the net.

Then six minutes into injury time Greenhow got on the end of along ball and rifled it into the net to complete a smash-and-grab victory.