Goals from Jake Day and Alex Bannister were enough for Bridlington Town to see off Humber Premier League side Sculcoates Amateurs, who could only respond with a Sam Tucker goal, and progress to the Third Round of the East Riding Senior Cup, writes Ian Robinson.
Seasiders Manager Brett Agnew was not overly impressed with the performance though, telling TBG, “Today was all about giving game time to some lads who haven’t had a lot or need match sharpness, but the performance as a whole was below par by my standards and the lads know I expect it to be a lot better. As always though, I take the games positives and things we have to work on to be that bit better in the following game, which keeps me and Anthony on our toes as well.”
Next up for Town is a visit from an out of sorts Liversedge next Saturday and Brett is looking to get back on the winning trail in the League, after last week’s defeat at Yorkshire Amateur ended a run of four successive victories.
“We have two training sessions this week to work on things for next Saturday and we’ll push to go on another winning run.”