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South Shields FC's haven't been phased by their moment in the spotlight as they lead Cleethorpes Town at halftime in the final of the FA Vase at Wembley.
A penalty by Carl Finnigan, after a foul on Cogdon in the box, put the Mariners 1-0 ahead.
Shields looked in control for much of the half, and nearly went ahead on just 4 minutes after Finningan nearly got on the end of a free kick by Arca.
An estimated 13,000 fans have made the trip to London for the match.
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