Zac Walker couldn't have asked for a better finish to his NPL career with Murray United.
The star striker scored in stoppage time to seal a gutsy 2-0 win for the Border side against Manningham United on Saturday.
After scoring in the club's very first NPL 2 fixture in 2015, it was only fitting he had the final say in his farewell game.
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"It was a good, little fairytale finish. I said to someone, something's written in the stars, I just don't know what, but that was it," Walker said after the game.
"It was just perfect. It was a great way to finish.
"It's time for a well-earned break to rest up and put the soccer gear away for a bit.
"It was good to finally do all of that in front of my family. It puts the icing on the cake with my time at Murray United."
Walker squandered an easier chance five minutes earlier, but was thankful he got another look.
He bows out as the club's leading scorer with 57 goals.