Beverley Town Football Club needed a late goal to salvage point as Hedon Rangers nearly caused an upset at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Manager Rich Jagger says a penalty miss by his side proved the turning point in the game though was pleased his side showed the desire to come from behind late on.
Commenting on the match Jagger said;
“It was difficult to play our usual passing game as it was one of those games where nothing really went our way.”
“Obviously if we had scored the penalty I’m certain we would have kicked on and got the result.”
“However fair play to the lads they stick to it and managed to get the equaliser late on.”
“It wasn’t a great game for the neutral and the poor pitch definitely didn’t help. We now have 4 away games left and we are looking to pick up at least 6 points from the last 4 games.”
Alex Start got his long awaited call up to the first team though only feature in the closing stages of the match when he replaced skipper Nathan White.
Aiden Clark opening the scoring for rangers before Ryan Saltmer levelled for the home side. The point sees town remain in eighth place in the Humber Premier League.
This Saturday Beverley face a far more difficult game as they hit the road to take on second placed Crown FC at South Holderness Technical College.
Final Score : Beverley Town 1 Hedon Rangers 1
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