Josh Morris and James Hanson will have felt no consolation despite scoring their penalties for the Bantams.The result means the Minstermen negotiated the first round of the competition for the first time since beating Port Vale over two legs back in 1997.Scott Flinders also saved spot kicks from Tony Mc Mahon and Christopher Routis to help win the shoot-out after the score had finished 2-2 after extra-time.Others to succeed from 12 yards for the Minstermen were Keith Lowe, James Berrett and Reece Thompson – the latter only just after appeared Ben Williams had initially saved his effort.
SUPER-SUB Josh Carson converted the winning penalty to send York City through to the second round of the Capital One Cup 4-2 on penalties.
The two break up and Craig is not really mentioned again.
Craig was also friends with Peter who later dates Mary Elizabeth.
Sub Hanson, though, pounced for the Bantams with just 30 seconds of the four added-on minutes left to play to force extra-time.
City boss Russ Wilcox kept faith with the same starting line-up that kicked off the season with a 3-0 defeat at Wycombe on Saturday, while former Bootham Crescent favourite James Meredith was left out of the Bantams’ side altogether. He was also part of Mary Elizabeth's Rocky Horror Picture Show productions, one which he flaked out on.