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Stump Cross 1980: standing, from the left, are manager Rod Green, David Byrnes, Nicky Lumb, Terry Jackson, Dennis Clayton, Steve Brearley, Geoff Craven, Joe Doherty, Colin Marshall and secretary Steve Hurling. In front are Gareth Rees, Phil Ashton, Tony Mullaney, Graham Barber, Climie Hewitson and Dave Lake.
Stump Cross 1980: standing, from the left, are manager Rod Green, David Byrnes, Nicky Lumb, Terry Jackson, Dennis Clayton, Steve Brearley, Geoff Craven, Joe Doherty, Colin Marshall and secretary Steve Hurling. In front are Gareth Rees, Phil Ashton, Tony Mullaney, Graham Barber, Climie Hewitson and Dave Lake.

This is Stump Cross Football Club, Halifax, on the day in 1980 that the team won the Halifax and District FA Challenge Cup at the Shay, beating St Andrew’s in a penalty shoot-out.

It was a dramatic game with St Andrew’s scoring in the last minute of extra time to draw 3-3. Stump then scored four penalties out of four in the shoot-out while StAndrew’s fired one over the bar and saw another saved by Stump Cross keeper Steve Brearley. Standing, from the left, are manager Rod Green, David Byrnes, Nicky Lumb, Terry Jackson, Dennis Clayton, Steve Brearley, Geoff Craven, Joe Doherty, Colin Marshall and secretary Steve Hurling. In front are Gareth Rees, Phil Ashton, Tony Mullaney, Graham Barber, Climie Hewitson and Dave Lake.