Cliffe FC, sponsored by LRB Trophies, are crowned East Riding County FA Qualifying Cup Trophy winners with a 3-2 win over Drum Athletic. Malcolm Bryce writes. Cliffe FC travelled to the home of Pocklington Town FC on Tuesday evening to face Drum Athletic from the East Riding Amateur League. Manager Keith Tiplady making four changes from Saturday’s FA Cup triumph, saw his side take the lead within the first 10 minutes – Andy Addison pealing away from his marker to loop a great header past the ‘keeper into the net, 0-1. Si Houlder broke the offside trap but saw his shot placed just wide of the post. The referee set a standard from the first minute and let a lot go, in what seemed an attempt to let the game flow and 10 minutes before the half-time interval Drum drew level, Tony Cardwell breaking through and sliding the ball under Dave Laverack to make it 1-1 at the break, 1-1 HT. Cliffe began the better of the two sides at the beginning of the second-half, Tom Robinson beginning to get some joy down the left wing and man-of-the-match Lee Carter dominating in the air. Houlder came close once more but with around 20 minutes remaining Drum took a 2-1 lead, a loose ball in the six yard box pounced on by a Drum player to put the East Riding Amateur side ahead. Tiplady threw on an extra striker in the shape of Chris Jackson in an attempt to get his side back into the tie, and with no more than 12 minutes remaining a Jackson shot took a big deflection and looped over the ‘keeper to make it 2-2. Momentum was with the York League side now and with only 5 minutes remaining in normal time, Robinson and Houlder broke down the left squared it to Jackson who hammered home to send the travelling Cliffe contingent into raptures putting his side 3-2 ahead. Drum resorted to an ineffective long ball for the final minutes, Robinson and Addison protecting the ball in the corner for the final moments – 2-3 the final score, Cliffe FC – East Riding County Cup Winners 2013/14. Trophy Blog #70 ~ Millions of sports fans around the world will tune in tonight for the 2014 Super Bowl. (11pm UK time) The Denver Broncos face The Seattle Seahawks for the title of Super Bowl XLVIII winners. American football is watched by millions of people during the season, but hundreds of millions could watch this one game. The main focus to the build up has been the freezing temperatures it could be played in, as this will be the first final played in a cold weather city. It could drop to -14 at this time of year. For non sports fans, the half time show pulls in even more viewers, and this sometimes over shadows the actual game. This year the headline act will be Bruno Mars. He has sent the music world into a frenzy by publicly inviting the Red Hot Chili Peppers to join him on stage to create one big super band. The MetLife Stadium is in East Rutherford, New Jersey and is the home of the New York Giants and New York Jets. The Denver Broncos are based in Denver, Colorado. They began playing in 1960 as a charter member of the American Football League. The Seattle Seahawks are based in Seattle, Washington and they joined the NFL in 1976 at the same time as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Seahawks are famous for being owned by Paul Allen, one of the co-founders of Microsoft.