Town’s manager Rich Jagger says he was disappointed that his side were unable to get more out of a game after they failed to capitalise on the chances they created.
Speaking after the match Jagger said;
“We are disappointed to not come away with something from the game against Crown.”
“I thought we were the better side, played good football, created chances, and had a lot more bite all around the pitch.”
“However it was a similar story to last season, played well, missed chances and get punished!”
“ We’ve got to take the positives out of it though, if we play like that, and just get the rub of the green in front of goal we will be dangerous.”
Crown got off the ideal start through Alex Reveley who opened the scoring for the home side on 11 minutes.
Craig Muirhead had a great chance to double Town’s advantage but his effort rebounded off the inside of the post. Joe Norton was also presented with a chance though was out foxed by the Crown keeper.
Those misses were to prove costly. A quick fire goal early in the second period by Crown’s Luke Mace turned the match once again in the favour of the champions.
Jagger played his final as he brought on George Southgate and Shaun Gibson. However even with their introduction to the Champions were able to see the game out and claim maximum points.
Saturday will see Jagger and his side take on South Cave United. Beverley are yet to register any points in their previous home fixtures, something they should correct against United.
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