Duo on target as Bantams beat Gulls
Hanson, signed on a two-year contract from Unibond League neighbours Guiseley, put Bradford in front on the stroke of half-time with a glancing header from James O'Brien's free-kick. And substitute Brandon put the result beyond doubt when he raced onto a long through ball from Michael Flynn to shoot past advancing goalkeeper Scott Bevan for Bradford's second goal in the last minute. Torquay, back in League Two after being promoted from the Blue Square Premier League, created few chances but almost scored just before Brandon's goal when City goalkeeper Simon Eastwood smothered Tim Sills's shot after he had failed to gather substitute Mustapha Carayol's cross.
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