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Published at 8:14am 11th May 2017. (Updated at 8:42am 11th May 2017)

Bridlington Town have won the East Riding Senior Cup Final.

They beat an under-23's Hull City side 4-2 at the home of Hall Road Rangers last night.

The match was beset by controversy as it was due to be played at the home of Premier League side Hull City, the KCOM Stadium, but the owners of Hull City refused to let the East Riding Football Association host the final at their ground. 

On the way to the final, Curtis Woodhouse's side dispatched Malton and Norton, Dunnington and Pocklington Town in the semi-final.

Hull City took an early lead through Lewis Ritson on 3 minutes, but 5 minutes later Brid's Andrew Norfolk leveled it to 1-1 In the second half, Hull went ahead again on 57 minutes thanks to Elliot Holmes. But it was Norfolk who brought the equaliser again in the 68th minute. Just a minute later, Brett Agnew put Brid in front, to  make it 3-2. It was aJoel Sutton strike that sealed the win in the 78th minute.

Curtis has given his reaction this morning to Yorkshire Coast Radio's Jon Burke..


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