From the off Town were up against it. Louis Haggitt opened the scoring for Ranger’s inside the first 10 minutes before adding a second before the break.
Midway through the second half, the game was all but ended as a contest with a goal from Max Bayston. Mike Jones completed the scoring for the visiting with just three minutes left on the clock.
Commenting after the game Jagger said;
“It was a harsh lesson for us tonight.”
“We came up against a good Hessle side who were worthy winners on the night.”
“I’ve said to the lads afterwards that the disappointing part of tonight’s performance was the fact that they were more aggressive, faster and hungrier than us.”
“If we are going to push on this season we need to add a ruthless streak to our game.”
This Saturday Town face a much tougher test as they visit South Holderness Technology College , the home of the champions, Crown FC.
Crown have had a mixed start to the season. Town have won both their away fixtures where as Crown’s wins have all come on the road.
Jagger says he has strong squad and should have plenty options come this Saturday when he comes to name his squad.
While their most recent result may not gone the way Jagger would have liked, there was some positives with regard to the ‘squad’ as players returned to action, he said;
“It was pleasing to have Kegan Rose and Joe Norton come on in the second half and we have plenty of players pushing for a start this Saturday.”
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