Crook Town Win Final (1954)

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    Middlesbrough. SV teams taking field. GV Bishop kick off in light shorts. LV Stewart intercepts a pass, works ball up field a little way before setting his team away with a pass to the left wing. SV Fryer neatly gains possession and runs towards his opponent's goal. Cleverly beats Coxon but his final centre is too far back to worry the Crook defence. SV goal keeper Jarrie watching flight of ball. SV Bishop resume attack when Watson lobs towards goal. Jarrie runs out to collect ball, and clears from the advancing Bishops forwards. SCU crowd. LV Bishops taking a corner kick. Ball sails towards goal and Ray Oliver leaps high to head it into goal. Referee disallows this goal. Pan to Bishops congratulating each other, until they realise goal has not been allowed. SV crowd. SV pan, lead to Crook's goal. Nice football takes Crook into their opponents goal area. SCU crowd. LV Ken Harrison scoring Crook's goal. Pan, players congratulating. LV crowd. Half time score: Crook 1-0. LV Crook going out to increase their lead. Ball to McMillan on the left wing, he is being marked by Bob Hardisty. SV clever marking by Bob Hardisty in which he never allows his opponent a clear view of goal. McMillan finally puts the ball out in his attempt to centre. SCU crowd cheering. LV Crook well on top, attack to Oliver who forces ball down the left wing, beat Marshall and centres. Ken Harrison very clearly controls the ball although harassed by opponents he finally fires in a shot which narrowly misses. SCU supporters mobbing the Crook team as they leave the field at end of game. SV police struggling to hold back excited Crook supporters. The Cup presentation. SCU the Mayor presenting Cup to Davison. SV crowd. Crook with cup. (Orig.Neg.) 90,000 historic films, all SEARCHABLE on YouTube at: Join us on Facebook at: Tweet us @britishpathe FILM ID:152.15
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    Resource type: Video
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 10 years ago
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