FA Cup clash passes without incident

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The West Yorkshire derby between FC Halifax Town and Bradford City has been a successful one for Caldedale Police.

Despite the Shaymen not getting the result they wanted after losing 2-1 to the League One side and going out of the FA Cup, there have been no arrests made by officers.

There was an attendance at The Shay of 8,042, with 3,429 fans coming from Bradford, and it was new record attendance since the clubs reformation.

It was a busy day in the town centre with Remembrance Sunday services taking place and extra officers were drafted in.

However, police chiefs say there has been no trouble with no arrests being made.