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FA Trophy winner's, North Ferriby United's two goal striker Ryan Kendell says he is happy to take the headlines, despite only playing forty minutes of their Wembley final.
The striker scored to take the final to extra time and then again to put the Conference North side into the lead for the first time, before putting away his penalty in the decisive shoot-out:
North Ferriby United's captain, Liam King, who scored the penalty which kick-started their Wembley comeback says he's been vindicated in all the miles he has travelled and games he has played in winning the FA Trophy:
North Ferriby United's hero goalkeeper, Adam Nicklin says it was luck that helped him through his side's penalty shootout:
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North Ferriby United's manager, Billy Heath, says he can't wait to replay his side's FA Trophy final victory again:
Conference North side North Ferriby United have won the FA Trophy in a penalty shootout thriller against Conference side Wrexham.
Goalkeeper Adam Nicklin was the hero once again, saving three penalties in the shootout to finish 5-4.
It all looked over before the end of the first half for the minnows from the banks of the Humber, as they trailed the Welsh side 2-0, when goals from Louis Moult and Jay Harris put the Conference Premier side 2-0 up.
But a second half comeback in the form of a penalty from captain Liam King, and a tap in from Ryan Kendall, assisted by winger Jason St. Juste, five minutes from time took the final to extra time.
Starting added time with the wind in their sails, a floated ball into the box from man of the match, St Juste was met again Kendall to put North Ferriby into the lead for the first time.
It looked like the script was written for the underdogs until Wrexham's Lewis Moult pulled back a late equaliser to send the tie to penalties.
But a hero's performance from goalkeeper Nicklin ensured that FA Trophy was heading to East Yorkshire.