SHAMWICKSHIRE Rovers are through to the final of the Brayford Cup - but they left it very late against North Devon Premier League rivals Barnstaple Ammies at the Pollyfield on Saturday.Shammy fans who had turned out to brave a bitterly cold East-the-Water wind were already trudging back down the hill when the cheers from Dean Moran's last-gasp equaliser had them racing back for an extra-time showdown.The 86th minute strike came at the end of a half that Rovers never really looked like winning. Ollie James had given the visitors the lead after just two minutes, before Andy Allen rifled a net-bursting leveller from the edge of the box, to make it 1-1 at half-time. Shaun Piper scored his first of the season to put Ammies 2-1 up inside the first 15 minutes of the second half. And they really should have gone on to put the game beyond the home side, with a string of good chances that they failed to nail.In extra time, both teams slogged it out for a winner but created very little. And just when the game looked destined for extra-time, it was Moran who booked his side a final place with another goal, four minutes from time.Shammy now face a cup final derby clash with Torridge rivals Appledore Reserves on May 10. Rovers manager Gary Ford, who has managed Appledore in the past and also played for the club for more than 20 years, said he was looking forward to the battle with his old adversaries.