Following on from Saturday's classic at the Moss Rose, I was now back in my home-town of Bridlington in search of some more non-league action. Tonight's encounter brought me to a stadium that I had played on many a time as a lad and was home to two semi-professional teams, Bridlington Town and Scarborough Athletic. Despite the ground primarily belonging to Bridlington Town, it has also housed Athletic for the past 8 years, since they formed in 2007 following the liquidation of Scarborough's original team. Those days were hopefully well behind them now as they hoped to fight for another promotion, which continued against the unbeaten Glossop North End. Currently Second-placed in the league, GNE had made the 106 mile trip across from Glossop and they didn't travel lightly. For a non-league, midweek football match, the fans had made a top effort.
|The away fans piled in to Queensgate Park|
|I had to check with Google that the clubs's nickname wasn't "Team Sambuca"|
|The original Mr. Jack|
|Good job the word "Puff" could never be considered as offensive|
|Duh, duh, duh, duh, get the pints in|
|Crowd-trouble? Let's hope that the stewards have finished their chips|
|Turns out that no body could do it on a cold Tuesday night in Bridlington|