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Published at 9:11am 14th April 2019. (Updated at 9:19am 14th April 2019)

There was mixed fortunes for our Yorkshire Coast football sides on Saturday.

Northern Counties East Premier Bridlington Town enjoyed a fine 4-2 victory at Athersley Recreation as they came from behind with three goals in the second period of the first half. Jake Day got things started, with Joe McFadyen netting as Brett Agnew's third-placed side came from one down with two goals in five minutes. Just before the break, Benn Lewis struck and Agnew himself made sure in the final minute. 

Elsewhere, Scarborough Athletic's play-off hopes look to be over following their 2-0 defeat at title-chasing Warrington Town. It was John Deacey's first loss as Seadogs boss after Tony Gray's first half goal and Jack Dunn's last gasp strike kept Scarborough seventh, behind rivals Gainsborough Trinity and Buxton. 

Here's the post-match thoughts of Yorkshire Coast Radio Extra's Ant Taylor:

Whitby Town were also thwarted after going down 2-1 at home to Stafford Rangers. A second minute Tom Thorley opener set the West Midlands outfit going early on, with Louis Briscoe's free-kick putting them in control seconds before half-time. A lacklustre Town pulled one back, four minutes from time through ex-Middlesbrough marksman Bradley Fewster.

Seasiders manager Chris Hardy spoke to the club's Media and Communications Officer Paul Connolly after the game:



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