CRAIG Feeney will take some shifting from AFC Totton’s starting line-up after spectacularly rounding off what manager Louis Langdown described as “58 seconds of footballing bliss” at North Leigh.

The Stags were 2-0 up in Tuesday’s FA Trophy replay when they strung together 13 passes before Feeney went slaloming off down the right.

He shirked off a succession of challenges before cutting into the area and drilling the ball in on the angle from 15 yards.

Manager Louis Langdown, whose side aim to extend their unbeaten league/cup run to six matches at Larkhall Athletic on Saturday in Evo-Stik One South, marvelled: "Feeney’s run was ridiculous! Luckily we've got it on camera.

“I told him how pleased we all were for him afterwards.

“Moments like that are hard to replicate, but you can try. Feens does have it in him to get past people with his pace.”

Feeney added another for good measure in Totton’s resounding 5-1 win, earning them a first qualifying round trip to Gosport Borough on Saturday week (October 27).

Tuesday’s result was extra pleasing considering the Stags were without new dad Stuart Green.

Green will be available for Larkhall and Langdown said: “It’ll be interesting to see if he makes the team after Craig’s man-of-the-match performance...”

Defender Jack Barker, who also missed Tuesday, should hopefully be back, skipper Jack Masterton is training again after a lengthy spell out with a dislocated shoulder and Langdown is keen to extend the loan deals of Birmingham City duo Ben McLean and Adam Siviter.