The Integro cup final in pictures ...

Bamber Bridge are looking forward to parading the Integro League Cup in front of their fans before their final home game of the EVO-STIK Northern Premier League season on Saturday when they host Ossett Albion at The Sir Tom Finney Stadium.

The EVO-STIK NPL First Division North club's stars lifted the trophy for the second time in their history on Wednesday night with a 2-1 victory over EVO-STIK NPL Premier Division rivals Grantham Town at Leek Town's Harrison Park.

After winning the EVO-STIK NPL's cup competition for the first time in 1995 with a 2-1 win over Bishop Auckland, Jamie Milligan put Neil Reynolds' Brig side ahead on the stroke of half-time before Regan Linney extended their advantage on 57 minutes, Danny Meadows replying for the valiant Gingerbreads six minutes later.

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Cup winners: Brig celebrate with their silverware

Cup winners: Brig celebrate with their silverware

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Gate reaction: Nearly five hundred fans attended Wednesday night's final

All for one: Brig celebrate their second success in the competition

Respect: The finalists shake hands before kick-off

My ball: Grantham's Rhys Lewis wins a high ball

Strike One: Bamber's players run to celebrate Jamie Milligan's opener

Decisive: Brig's celebrate Regan Linney's winner

Hope: Grantham's Danny Meadows wheels away to celebrate after pulling a goal back

Jumping for joy: One Brig fan fails heads for the pitch after failing to control his enthusiasm

Time to go: stewards soon removed the over-enthusiastic fan

Faithful: Fans at Leek Town's Harrison Park

Sporting losers: Grantham's players salute the victors

Lift-off: Bamber Bridge skipper Matt Lawlor lifts the silverware

Where next?

Thursday's Premier Division action review Nantwich Town confirmed their place in the EVO-STIK Northern Premier League's Premier Division play-offs with a 0-0 draw at The Grove against Halesowen Town on Thursday night, writes Pitchero's Steve Whitney.
Historic homecoming selling out EVO-STIK Northern Premier League Scarborough Athletic are running out of tickets for the inaugural game at their new stadium within days of unveiling Sheffield United as their first opponents.

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