Spennymoor win FA Vase

Spennymoor Town have won the FA Vase trophy, in a thrilling 2-1 win against Tunbridge Wells.

Spennymoor Town FC victory bus parade

Spennymoor Town FC players have been welcomed home by crowds lining the streets.

The team won the FA Vase on Saturday after beating Tunbridge Wells 2-1 at Wembley.

Today they are parading through the town on an open top bus.

Fans get a quick picture before bus sets off.
Fans get a quick picture before bus sets off. Credit: ITV news/Dan Ashby
Crowds line the streets to see victory bus parade.
Crowds line the streets to see victory bus parade. Credit: ITV news/Dan Ashby
The view from the victory bus.
The view from the victory bus. Credit: ITV news/Dan Ashby
Crowds welcome Spennymoor Town FC victory bus.
Crowds welcome Spennymoor Town FC victory bus. Credit: ITV news/Dan Ashby

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Spennymoor captain "over the moon"

Spennymoor Town captain Daniel Moore says he's "over the moon" after his side won the FA Vase with a 2-1 victory over Tunbridge Wells at Wembley.

The Moors skipper sat out the match with a broken ankle, but he didn't let the injury dampen his spirits. He said: "I'm over the moon now. I was a bit emotional going up the steps and seeing all the fans come out.

"I've lost my voice standing on the side of the pitch trying to bark instructions out in front of their 10,000 or whatever they brought. But the fans have been unbelievable."

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