Sheffield FC lifted the Alan Cooper Barstool Trophy , as they won the World’s Oldest Derby 2019 edition, running out comfortable 4-0 winners.
Club took the lead on 6 minutes after Hallam’s John Brelsford tripped James Gregory in the box, with last year’s match-winner Mitchell Dunne converting against his former club, sending Archie Sneath the wrong way.
Dunne made it two on fifteen minutes, after Oscar Seth made space on the right, delivering a ball into the mix that was powered home by the striker’s head.
The game was well contested in between, and it took until just after the hour mark for Sheffield to make it three, a Matt Roney corner only half cleared with Lee Cooksey slamming into the net through a forest of legs.
The fourth came with Karl Demidh striding down the right and leaving the defence for dead, walking the ball around Sneith, giving Oscar Seth the chance to loft the ball over the strewn keeper.
Sheffield were rarely troubled, and a 300+ attendance showed their appreciation, as the World’s First regained the prestigious trophy.