GARY Hackett dedicated Stourbridge's Birmingham Senior Cup win to everyone connected to the club.

Striker Luke Benbow fired in an injury time winner as the Glassboys beat Hednesford Town in the final at St Andrew's on Tuesday night.

The win comes 50 years after Stour last tasted success in the competition when beating the same opposition.

A double from Benbow either side of Charlie Gatter's equaliser saw Stour come out on top against their Northern Premier League rivals and end the season with silverware.

"I said before in the dressing room that we'd played 62 games, we haven't won this cup for 50 years and it would be a great way to finish the season," said Hackett.

"We know it's been difficult (the season) and I've spoken about that before but I'm absolutely delighted for everyone at the club. It's not just the players, the staff, it's for everybody.

"It's great to see the fans here. They've come to Birmingham City and a Championship ground and seen Stourbridge win it for the first time in 50 years.

"The emotions are for everyone at the club.

"We are used to some good times but twice in my tenure we've been beaten in the Birmingham Senior Cup final so I'm absolutely delighted.

"All the staff and players go away to Magaluf in the morning and the glass of champagne at the airport is going to taste extra sweet.

"The fans have been fantastic all season. Even at times when things haven't gone for us they have been behind us. They have been the second biggest support in the league and I just knew we'd completely outnumber Hednesford tonight. I just knew it because that's what they're like.

"It lifted the players and the celebrations at the end were for them as well."

On match-winner Benbow, the boss added: "Sometimes you look at Luke and with 10 minutes to go he looks out on his feet but that's the reason you keep him on the pitch.

"The boy can finish and I've said before he's an absolutely smashing lad.

"At times his body language can slightly let him down but I'm so pleased for him. He's a match-winner and he's won the game for us."