Albion's youngsters earned a last-gasp victory over Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday afternoon.
Leigh Downing's side started strongly against a talented Spurs outfit, and could have been ahead in the opening minutes, but Eseosa Sule couldn't find the back of the net after good work from Oliver Bostock.
It didn't take long for Albion to find their opener though, with Bostock turning from provider to goalscorer after some neat work to find room in the box and fire home.
Spurs had to wait until the hour mark to get their equaliser, courtesy of a well taken Tyrese Hall free kick.
But Albion battled back to reclaim their advantage with Cheick Kone netting his first Albion U18s goal after he capped off a brilliant solo run with a finish to match.
It looked as though the visitors managed to force a stalemate after Oliver Irow equalised on the 84th minute, however there was drama in added time as Albion claimed the spoils when Cole Deeming fired a fantastic free kick into the top corner to spark jubilant celebrations.
Albion: Hollingshead, Williams (Mfuamba 60), Nelson, Deeming, Mohammed (Phillips 60), Sumnall, Kirton, Oliver, Sule (Hurlock 76), Bostock (Kone), Walker,
Subs not used: Brady