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A boy from Blyth has played a part in one of the biggest upsets in FA Cup history.
Cory Davison was asked to be Luton Town's mascot because of his inspirational story: he survived a brain tumour and now raises money for charity.
And it turns out he was a great choice, because Luton Town became the first non-league team in 24 years to knock a Premier League club out of the cup.
Watch the full report from Dan Ashby below.
An inspirational youngster from the North East has helped a non-league side to a shock win in the FA Cup.
Cory Davison is recovering from an aggressive brain tumour, but was asked by Luton Town Player John Shaw to be their mascot - and the team went on knock out Premier League side Norwich.
Cory Davidson is back home in the North East after playing his part in Luton Town's historic FA Cup win over Norwich at the weekend.
The youngster from Blyth is in remission after an agressive brain tumour. He was mascot for non-league side Luton as they beat their Premiership rivals 1-0.
Inspirational youngster Cory Davidson, from Blyth, in Northumberland has helped a team of footballers to pull off one of the giant killing acts of the FA Cup.
Cory, who suffers from an aggressive brain tumour, was Luton Town's mascot as they took on premier league Norwich City
The non-league side pulled off the shock of the fourth round by beating the Canaries.
Many of the Luton players later tweeted how Cory's story had inspired them. Despite his own ill-health, he gives up his Christmas Day to deliver presents to youngsters in hospital and raises money for charity.