After the interval Tackleway tried to control the tempo of the game in an attempt to retain their lead, once again a long distance shot from Kale Williams was fumbled by the Rudgwick keeper but the defence managed to clear the danger.
Rudgwick grew into the game and were starting to gain some momentum; a close effort from Greig after breaking loose was a warning shot to the Tackleway defence.
A long distance strike from Tackleway playmaker Josh Eaton floated just over the crossbar, the midfielder very close to doubling the lead for his side.
Rudgwick came at their opponents with Graeme Sonsa coming the closest after he cut back on the left hand side to curl a ball which seemed destined for the far top corner only for it to cannon back off the crossbar.
The game opened up and Rudgwick were on the front foot searching for the equaliser, it finally came in the seventy-first minute after a poor clearance from Tackleway defender Nathan Smith fell kindly to forward Blick and he slotted neatly into the bottom corner.
Rudgwick did not have to wait too long for their second and what proved to be the game winner, Sosna who had been brilliant in the second-half played a sensational through ball to Greig who had perfectly timed his run and the forward rounded the keeper and slotted the ball into the back of the net.
Tackleway pushed for a route back into the game but Rudgwick stayed resilient and managed to hang on to lift the silverware for the second time in their history.
Following the match Rudgwick manager Ian Mathews said: “I told them to leave everything out there, who knows when we’ll be back, this is something that is so hard to get to the final of, and you can’t get to a point where you come back with any regrets and you saw by the second-half that we turned things around.
“I was beginning to think ‘oh my god’ are we going to get here but it was superb, the goal we scored would’ve been a penalty I think, and of course the second was an outstanding bit of play so in the end I’m very happy!”