Jagger was speaking after watching his side throw away a two goal lead as Pocklington scored three late goals to win 4-3 at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Speaking after the match Jagger said;
“We are all disappointed about losing the game from being in such a strong position. The lads were cruising at 3-1 up, but we showed a real naivety in not closing the game out.”
“We have a bit of work to do on the training ground this Thursday, but as I said to the lads, that’s two games where we should have taken all 3 points from.”
“If we can wise up and see games out we will start to get some points on the board.”
Pocklington however were back on level terms before the break as they got the breakthrough they deserved to level the match.
Despite having the lead Beverley seemed in implode, they began to argue and were also flapping as Pocklington looked to get back into the match.
Pocklington saw their tenacity rewarded as they scored two quick fire goals to level the game. Worse was to come for Beverley as the hosts were awarded a free kick some 40 yards out.
Beverley’s keeper Matthew Spence could only parry ball, finger tipping it on to one post before the ball run along the goal line and went in off the other post completing the Pocklington come back and sealing a vital three points.
Final Score: Beverley own Football Club 3 Pocklington Town 4