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.
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