Murphy at the double to create cup history

First published in Sport

SUPER Stourbridge created club history when their talented youngsters reached the FA Youth Cup second round  for the first time after  defeating Nottingham side Dunkirk 4-1.
The Glassboys can now look forward to a home tie against their counterpart from npower League Two outfit Bradford City, which is likely to take place at Amblecote on November 14.
Striker Jordan Murphy set the Glassboys on their way at Dunkirk when netting from close range after the home goalkeeper could only parry Eric Kuserak’s goalbound header.
Dunkirk hit back to deservedly level before half time but Dave King’s side were handed the lead back when the Dunkirk goalkeeper let Sam Tye’s corner slip through his hands.
There was no looking back from that point as Murphy fired home his second goal before setting up substitute Josh Morgan-Parker to make it 4-1 with a deft header.

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