LIAM Nash was among the goalscorers as Hornchurch stunned Hereford to win the FA Trophy final at Wembley.

The Southend born Nash, who has previously played for Hullbridge and Concord Rangers, scored Hornchurch’s second goal in their 3-1 victory.

And the striker was lost for words at the final whistle.

“It’s hard to put this into words and emotions are so high,” said Nash.

“I said I would score and I did it.

“We’ve been called a pub team from Hornchurch and no-one will understand the magnitude of us winning this.

“It’s shut up all the doubters and our togetherness is fantastic.

“It’s a delight to win it.”

Former Southend United striker Ellis Brown scored Hornchurch’s third goal in stoppage time as boss Mark Stimson won the FA Trophy for the fifth time in his career.

The former Shrimpers defender won the Trophy as a player with Canvey Island before twice leading both Grays Athletic and Stevenage to glory.