Worksop Town beaten by Curtis Woodhouse’s in-form Bridlington

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Worksop Town endured a torrid time at the seaside today, sinking to a 3-0 defeat by Curtis Woodhouse’s Bridlington Town.

Woodhouse is yet to taste defeat since taking over Brid, and their 3-0 win keeps them in the hunt at the top end of the table.

For Tigers it was a second consecutive defeat, coming on the heels of last weel’s 5-0 beating by Rainworth.

Joel Sutton fired in the opener in the first half for the hosts, before Brett Agnew doubled Bridlington’s lead.

Midway through the second half poor defending allowed Andrew Norfolk to steal in and chip Jon Kennedy to add a third.

Mark Shaw’s men, who now sit 13th in the NCEL Premier table, travel to AFC Emley on Wednesday night in the League Cup hoping for a return to form.

Worksop: Kennedy, Hawkins, Andrews, Booth, Adams, Fenton, Harrison, Waddle, Brunt, Dawes, Jordan. Subs: Rickards, Lawrence, Weston, Gee, Fereday.