Despite playing well, Town’s manager Rich Jagger was left feeling frustrated as his side were yet again unable to take their chances.
Commenting on the match a frustrated Jagger said;
“Again we played well but didn’t convert chances and conceded two poor goals.”
“We have got to keep our heads up because we are playing some good stuff, and I think it’s only a matter of time before things click.”
“I was pleased to see Eric Gardham come in from the reserves and have a good game, and Karl Fitzgerald did well on his debut too.”
Beverley were two down inside 30 minutes as Ashley Robinson and James Faulkner scored for Bridlington.
Joe Norton pulled one back though Beverley were not able to convert their chances and get the all important equaliser.
With time running out in the match Beverley had the chance to get back on terms but again they failed to take the chances.
Another blow for Beverley is the news that they are set to lose a key player, however Jagger is trying to remain positive focusing on the opportunities it will give others to play, he said;
“Unfortunately we are losing Craig Muirhead who has signed for Barton in Northern Counties Premier League.”
Jagger will be looking to his side to bounce back from the cup exploits in game his side should be looking to win.
Beverley themselves have slipped to tenth spot in the league and are just five points off the relegation zone.
Final Score : Bridlington Town reserves 2 Beverley Town 1
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