Luton Town manager Nathan Jones struggled to hide his frustration after watching his side concede in the 95th minute of their League Two semi-final to end their hopes of reaching Wembley.
The tie appeared to heading for extra-time, before goalkeeper Stuart Moore's last minute own goal handed Blackpool an aggregate victory.
Jones admitted he was "bitterly disappointed" that his players switched off at the most critical moment of the tie, but backed them to bounce back next year.
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Cambridge United's Luke Berry and Luton Town's Danny Hylton have both been picked in the PFA League Two Team of the Year.Read the full story ›
Luton Town striker Danny Hylton has been shortlisted for the League Two player of the Season award.
The 28-year-old has been in superb form since joining on a free transfer from Oxford United in the summer - scoring 19 league goals to propel the Hatters into the play-off spots.
Hylton is one of three players up for the prestigious award, with Doncaster Rovers duo James Coppinger and John Marquis also in the running.
The winner will be announced at the EFL Awards on Sunday 9 April.
We are amazingly proud of Danny. This is a recognition of a season of high-class work in the way he plays, but also the way he trains every day and the type of character he is as well.
I know I am biased, but I think he’d be a worthy winner because of the way he goes about his work.
Meanwhile, MK Dons and Stevenage have been nominated for the Family Club of the Year award in their respective leagues while Cambridge United's Leon Davies is in the running for the League Two Apprentice of the Year prize which was won by Norwich City's Ben Godfrey in 2016.
We look ahead to a big weekend in League Two as the battle for the play-offs intensifies.Read the full story ›
Luton Town manager Nathan Jones was far from impressed by his team's display at Newport after they could only manage a 1-1 draw.Read the full story ›