STUDENTS studying at Hereford's Royal National College for the Blind won the FA Disability Cup for the second successive season.

RNC Hereford had already won the British Blind League and cup this season which earned them a place in the FA Disability Cup televised on BT Sport.

With several players away on international duty playing for the England Blind Team the Hereford side had to make some changes.

They drafted in England’s most capped para and blind footballer, Darren Harris, who has made 150 appearances for his country and is still playing into his 40s.

Harris was influential scoring both goals as RNC Hereford led the final 2-1.

However, with two minutes left on the clock Brighton and Hove Albion Blind FC equalised sending the match to penalties.

Harris scored his penalty winning RNC Hereford the cup for the second year.

Coach and stand-in goalkeeper Tom Bendall said: "It was a really good day.

"It was a bit of a strange one as some of our players were missing and are away playing in the England Blind team.

"I was stand-in goalkeeper and a few other changes so it was a really good win.

"After winning the league and cup there was a bit of expectation on us.

"We've won it all this season which is great for everybody involved.

"The students will break up for the summer holidays soon and will be back in September to hopefully do it all over again."