Peacehaven, with their slick passing game dominated proceedings in the first half with Felipe Lira, Gus Burton, Mikey Lloyd, Riley Grant and Jake Legrange all going close.
Loxwood came out for the second half in a far more positive frame of mind and created several good openings. The game swung from end to end with both sides battling hard and creating chances.
And then in the 90th minute, last week’s wonder goal hero Fraser Massen took one of his trademark long throws which found Marcus Allen (pictured) who headed home.
With Chichester City unexpectedly losing at home to Hassocks, Peacehaven now move up to sixth place in the league.
Peacehaven are next action on Saturday when they travel to title favourites Three Bridges.
Peacehaven & Telscombe: Sanded, Kilula, Cowd, Massen, Allen, Muller, Legrange, Grant, Burton, Lloyd, Lira. Subs: Adams, Nelson, Mills Billin, Aga.
Under 21s in cup semi-final
On Monday evening, kick-off 7.30pm, Peacehaven & Telscombe U21s take on Pagham U21s in the semi-final of the Under 21 Challenge Cup at the Unibet Arena.
Clive Blunt’s young guns have had a very encouraging debut season at this level and Monday evening is their biggest game of the season so far.
Updated 17:37 - 14 Apr 2018 by Pitchside View