A dramatic second half comeback gave Torridgeside a 4-3 win over Ilfracombe Town to win the Brayford Cup. Torridgeside recovered from a 3-1 deficit at half-time to win a hugely entertaining cup final at Marshford. Torridgeside manager Barry Paine was delighted with his sides response in the second half. Im obviously chuffed, because at half-time, 3-1 down, you wonder where its going to come from, he said. Our work rate has been superb all season and weve showed it in the second half. The big turning point was Nathan Walter coming on he put in a massive performance on the right hand side and made things happen for us and it changed the game. Ilfracombe took the lead after five minutes when Peter Varley headed in from Chay Isaacs cross. Torridgeside responded four minutes later through Charlie Tubb, but were unable to stop Ilfracombe taking the lead again when Robert Taylor headed in from a free kick. The Bluebirds made it three on the stroke of half-time when Will Berry lobbed Adam Williams. After some tactical changes and the introduction of Walter, Torry started applying pressure, and got the goal they needed when Ian Cockwill scored from the spot after 55 minutes. They found the equaliser ten minutes later when Marc Bettiss flicked on his brother Neils long ball to George Nancekivell, who headed home. The midfielder completed the comeback and with 12 minutes remaining, tapping in at the back post.