Warrington Town clinch promotion to National League North 58 years to the day their most famous player Roger Hunt won the FA Cup for Liverpool - scoring in the 90th minute to win play-off final against Bamber Bridge
- Warrington Town clinched promotion to the National League North on Monday
- Isaac Buckley-Ricketts scored a last-gasp to seal 1-0 win vs Bamber Bridge
- It was a dramatic finish at the Cantilever Park as fans ran on the pitch at full time
Warrington Town have clinched promotion to the tier six National League North - exactly 58 years to the day their most famous former player Roger Hunt won the FA Cup for Liverpool.
A capacity crowd of 2,500 at Warrington's Cantilever Park invaded the pitch in jubilation at the final whistle after Isaac Buckley-Ricketts scored the 90th-minute winning goal in the Northern Premier League play-off final against Bamber Bridge to win 1-0.
Hunt played for Warrington, then called Stockton Heath Albion, until 1959 when he signed for Liverpool.
He won the league championship and scored in the FA Cup final win against Leeds on May 1, 1965 before returning to Wembley the following year to win the World Cup with England.
Warrington is a traditionally a rugby league town but their FA Cup win against Exeter in 2014 helped average crowds climb from 150 to this season's 700 with chairman Toby Macormac hoping to continue his push towards the EFL.
Warrington Town have secured promotion to the National League North in dramatic scenes
Isaac Buckley-Ricketts' late winner sparked a pitch invasion as the side defeated Bamber Bridge 1-0
It comes exactly 58 years to the day their most famous former player Roger Hunt (right) won the FA Cup for Liverpool
In a tense play-off final, both teams were reduced to 10 men before Ricketts made his late intervention to spark scenes of joy.
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