The one that immediately sprung to mind was the East Thurrock United v Aveley match in 2008/09.

I was at East Thurrock and we needed to win or draw and they had to win to decide the league. Things were going well but I missed a penalty for us and that cost us big time in the end.

The fixture list meant we were facing each other on the final day and, even though we were losing at half-time, we turned it around and led 2-1 soon into the second half.

I scored and then we got a penalty. Even though I had scored about 52 goals that year I wasn’t on penalties but our taker - Kris Newby - had gone off so I stepped up and I missed!

They ended up going up the other end and took a 3-2 lead but we still had a chance to win. Max Cornhill saw another penalty saved and we just couldn’t get over the line.

I signed for Aveley after that, which didn’t go down too well!

Another one was the day I got promoted to the Conference South with AFC Hornchurch through the play-offs in 2012.

We were playing Lowestoft Town and it was 1-1 when I was taken off, with penalties looming.

But Michael Spencer scored the winner with the last kick of the game to send us up.

I had had another good season and scored 31 goals or so but, after Hornchurch had gone bust and slipped down the leagues it was a great feeling for us to get back there.

If we are talking about memories from my time with Canvey Island, there is a game that means a lot to me.

My mum had passed away on the Monday and we were playing Wingate & Finchley the following day. I spoke to Dan (Heale) and he said I didn’t have to play but I wanted to.

I scored both goals and we won 2-1 in the end and I felt like it was a sign and it meant a lot to me on a personal level.

That was in 2012 and we were flying at the time. We had won five matches in a a row so it was an important result for the team, as well as myself.