Bridlington bowed out in the second round of the Pock 7s on Good Friday after being beaten by the host club.
After cruising past the Pilgrims 38-0 in the first round, they went down 29-21 to Pocklington in the last 16.
Jack Arthur, Liam Hughes, Jack Bell, Jamie Martin, Andrew Trolove, Jake Cooper, Wiremu Cookson, Josh Raynor, Dewi Roberts, Gary Heeley, Matiu Welch and Otis Floyd represented Brid.
The tournament, which is now in its 58th year, is an Easter tradition and attracted a crowd of around 3,000.
It was also shown live on TV for the first time as Estuary TV broadcast all the matches, coverage which attracted viewers from all over the UK, as well as Canada, Hong Kong, Bermuda, Portugal, Switzerland and Dubai.
First Round: Hull Ionians 12 Selby 15; Old Pocklingtonians 33 Old Peterites 7; Driffield 38 Yapham Badgers 12; Bridlington 38 Pilgrims 0; York 5 Stingers 7s 34; Goole 5 Brookfield 33; Woldgate OB 21 Hull Ionians Academy Ionians 5; Old Tridents 21 Three Feathers 20.
Second Round: Leeds Beckett 53 Selby 0; Old Hymerians 19 Old Pocklingtonians 26; Newitts Centurians 38 Driffield 5; Pocklington 29 Bridlington 21; Oxfam Crusaders 49 Stingers 7s 0; Malton & Norton 12 Brookfield 26; Northern Exiles 29 Woldgate OB 12, Doncaster Phoenix 0 Old Tridents 24.
Quarter-Finals: Leeds Beckett 36 Old Pocklingtonians 12; Newitts Centurians 24 Pocklington 0; Oxfam Crusaders 38 Brookfield 19; Northern Exiles 29 Old Tridents 12.
Semi-Finals: Leeds Beckett 40 Newitts Centurians 7; Oxfam Crusaders 35 Northern Exiles 10.
Final: Leeds Beckett 26 Oxfam Crusaders 35.