Bridlington Town regained the East Riding Senior Cup with a 3-1 victory over Hull City's academy side in midweek.
The Seasiders gained revenge for defeat in the previous year's final to lift the trophy for the fourth time in five seasons and showed their intent early when Joe McFadyen gave them a fifth-minute lead at the Roy West Centre in Hull.
Chris Jenkinson then doubled their advantage in first half stoppage time before the Tigers threatened a comeback when Billy Chadwick netted in the 63rd minute.
But, Jenkinson added his second and Bridlington's third with a quarter-of-an-hour remaining, to spark celebrations for Brett Agnew's side.
Elsewhere, with the league season concluded, all eyes were on the League Cup where the two semi-finals were played on Tuesday.
Premier Division champions Worksop Town
's hunt for the double continued as they won 2-0 at Hemsworth Miners Welfare
Craig Mitchell and Matthew Sykes struck in each half to send Worksop through whilst Hemsworth ended the game with ten men following the dismissal of Seon Ripley.
will be the side looking to stop Craig Denton's men from taking both NCEL trophies after they won 1-0 at home to the sole-surviving Division One team, Swallownest
Danny Farrar scored in the 38th minute to send the hosts through and they will face Worksop at Doncaster Rovers' Keepmoat Stadium a week on Monday (13th).