YOUNG striker Harry Rogers pinched a last-gasp winner to see Redlynch and Woodfalls edge their hotly-anticipated Division 1 clash with Bournemouth Sports Reserves.
Rodgers made sure of the points after Paul Glover's side were twice pegged back in the seven-goal thriller.
The first goal arrived on 25 minutes when Ben Talbot's unstoppable free kick crashed into the net.
The visitors doubled their lead in the second half courtesy of Mark Hollywood breaking through and applying a composed finish.
But Bournemouth bounced straight back, twice, through Alastair Buckle to see the game at two apiece.
Redlynch edged in front again, Hollywood was on hand to prod home Adam Long's blocked shot.
Yet, with five minutes to go, Bournemouth's keeper Drew Baker looked to have earned a draw when he came up for a corner and the ball fell at his feet which he squeezed home.
A dramatic twist was to follow, though, as a misjudged header from Baker saw the ball fall to the feet of Rogers who calmly chipped the ball into the empty net for the win.