Speaking after the game a delighted assistant manage Anthony Steer said;
“As a team we are really playing well at the moment, while this result may come as a shock to some we always felt we had enough to win this game.
“Howden are two leagues above and we totally played them off the park at the Beverley Leisure Centre.”
“Whiting who has being class the last couple of weeks opened the scoring for us then it was the star man McCubbin got the second pretty much ending it as a contest, this kid is different class and we are pleased to have him in our side.
“Then in the second half Dexter who as always worked tirelessly done what he always seems to do and that’s helping himself to a brace.”
The Tanners will now have to wait and see who they get in the though Steer is hoping for a local derby, he said;
“With no guarantees that we will have Walkington in the final I would prefer them in the semi finals although we aren’t to fussed who we get, we can beat anyone.”
Hodgsons FC are currently second in the East Riding County League, their shock result keeps alive the hope of doing the league and cup double as the club looks to emulate the glory days of years gone by.
When asked if he felt if the Tanners have what it take to lift the cup Steer said;
“Of course we can we don’t fear any team and the way we are playing and the way the team spirit is At the moment I feel we can give anyone a game.”
Final Score : Hodgsons FC 4 Howden 0
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