With the last play before half-time Stourbridge
drew back when a line-out from their own 22-metre line saw a move which was started and finished by Nick Davies.
But it was Stourbridge
that had a clear advantage - and it lies in the giant clay pots needed to cast the glass in.
responded strongly, however, and put immediate pressure on the Huddersfield back line before notching the first try of the match after 12 minutes through Nathan Bressington.
were deserving winners but will know they were in a game as Caldy caused the visitors some problems in the second half.
is regarded as a major glass manufacturing town, and along with its surrounding areas, has been producing glass since the early 1600s.
Things got worse for Nuns 10 minutes later when Stourbridge
's debutants Matt Williams and Charlie Fellows combined after the hosts had won a line-out, with Fellows crashing over to round off a superb opening 20 minutes for Stourbridge
The Martyrs certainly gave everything after the interval, playing the majority of the second 45 minutes inside the Stourbridge
Joe Carpenter got the only try of the first half for Stourbridge
, but three Lee Chapman penalties gave Broadstreet the advantage, with tries from Murray and Gibbons sealing victory.
Red and white banners waved across Stourbridge
town centre as the Glassboys made history and kept their FA Cup dreams alive.
came into the match on the back of an 8-1 demolition of Cinderford Town which made them the league's leading scorers.
A dropped goal with the final kick of the game from Rod Petty salvaged victory for Stourbridge
over newly-promoted Southend.
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8 TITLE-chasing Stourbridge
suffered a disastrous afternoon with Neil Mitchell's men going down to their second defeat of the season.