BRIGHOUSE Town are on a roll, making it five wins in a row by beating Bridlington Town 4-1 by the seaside in the NPL East Division.

The decisive moment came after 12 minutes, when the home side's Benn Lewis was dismissed for a handball on the line.

Jack Boyle tucked away the resulting penalty for Brighouse to make it 1-0, before Redmond Lee converted from close range moments later to double their lead.

Javelle Clarke, who set up Lee's goal, made it 3-0 with 20 minutes to go, slotting into the bottom corner from just inside the box.

Andrew Norfolk netted a consolation for Bridlington, but Zeph Thomas fired home a great strike from 20 yards out to ensure Brighouse had the last word.

Brig shot up to sixth in the table with the victory, but with only three games left, they are set to just miss out on the play-offs, as they are nine points off that coveted top-five spot they need to enter the end of season shoot-out.