Bridport’s dismal season came to an end in the now customary fashion, conceding three goals in the second half of a game which won’t live long in the memory of either team’s supporters, writes Jon Smith.

The visitors main threat in the first half, in the shape of Ethan Feltham, epitomised proceedings as, in an eighteen minute period, he miskicked with the goal at his mercy from six yards, sent a shot six yards wide, fired in a effort which flew parallel to the goal posts and finally, after dribbling across the 18 yard line, set up Archie Ferris, who promptly sent his shot wide.

A straw poll of Home fans nominated a young family of spectators as providing the best entertainment of the half. After the father had been hit by a clearance that looped the ball gently onto the top of his head, his young son averted disaster as he rugby-tackled his infant sister to the ground as she strayed on to the pitch

The second half began with a flurry of action with Bridport’s Harley Brooke’s shot glancing back off of the visitors' post before flying away to safety two minutes after the restart. Clevedon's response was immediate, with Alex Camm scoring after 48 minutes, although there were strong suspicions that he had hand-balled, an action reinforced by the muted way in which his teammates celebrated.

Bridport’s heated reaction to this decision culminated in defender Dan Baggs spending time in the Sin bin and out going Manager Shaun Annetts being booked for dissent. Four minutes later Clevedon doubled the score as Callum Eastwood headed the ball home from close range and the rest of the game petered out until, with two minutes remaining, substitute Josh Morgan curled a shot past Josh Lucas in the home goal to seal the win.