Ahead of the match manager Rich Jagger had said it was a big game for his side as he looked to continue their perfect start to 2017.
Hanson, who are second from bottom in the Humber Premier League however did the unthinkable as they took their chances to leave with all three points, despite a dominant performance by Town .
Speaking after the game Jagger said;
“On reflection it was a strange game really. We dominated pretty much from start to finish, Hansons had 3 shots and scored 3 goals.”
“In the first half we missed from 3 yards out in first ten minutes and then missed a penalty. They went up the other end and scored two sloppy goals and we are two nil down at half time.”
“Second half we got a goal back after a good move and strike from Joe Norton. We then threw everything at them and to be fair to them they threw their bodies on the line and defended really well.”
“When we were pushing for that equaliser they broke down the other end and scored with about 5 minutes to go with their first shot of the half.”
“I said to the lads afterwards it was one of those days when it just didn’t go our way. Both the referee and their boss said we deserved a lot more out of the game , but sometimes in football you don’t get what you deserve.”
Next weekend Town will welcome the league leaders Sculcoates Amateurs to Norwood. The match will give Jagger the chance to see how his side have developed and if they can compete with a side challenging for the title.
Final Score: Beverley Town Football Cub 1 Hanson Jewellers FC 3
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