Wembley woe for Southend
Seventeen-year-old Max Clayton scored the goal to take Crewe into the League Two play-off final with a 3-2 aggregate win over Southend.
Substitute Clayton had only been on the field 10 minutes when he tucked the ball home to put his side 3-1 ahead on aggregate in the 86th minute to take his team to Wembley. Ajay Leitch-Smith had earlier opened the scoring for the visitors before Neil Harris levelled for Southend in the second half. Clayton's strike appeared to be enough but Chris Barker ensured a nervy final few minutes for the visitors when he headed Southend level after 88 minutes. But Crewe, who won the first leg courtesy of Adam Dugdale's goal, held out to book a place in next weekend's final against Cheltenham or Torquay.