With six of the side that beat Nostell MW 4 - 1 on Tuesday missing it was a somewhat experimental side that travelled to Bridlington on Sunday.
Albion had slightly the better of the first half but neither side created any clear cut chances. On the rare occasion Bridlington came forward man of the match Tyrone Gay
was dominant in the Albion defence. Leon Henry caused all sorts of problems down the left but Albion were unable to convert their chances.
Town started brighter in the second half and went 1 - 0 up on 49 minutes when they were awarded a free kick just inside the Albion half. Defender Chris Jenkinon rose above everyone to meet the cross and head sweetly into the bottom corner. Albion continued playing some good flowing football but again were unable to find the back of the net. Adam Hayton
went close on a couple of occasions and substitutes Aodhan Brownlee
and Levi Maturine
both had efforts well saved.
Albion : J.Barford(A.Rhodes),A.Guiry(T.Parker),M.Patterson(A.Brownlee),
J.Cundall(J.Moxon), Gay, J.Mycoe, D.Lucas(I.Heeley),
A.Hayton, A.Booker(L.Maturine), M.Thompson(R.Hallsworth),