Town have been out action for the past few weeks with no Humber Premier League fixtures though the lack of games gave Jagger’s men time to recover and for injuries to heel.
Commenting on the game Jagger said;
“After three weeks off it was nice to get some game time under our belts, and also pleasing to see players returning from injury. “
“Both teams worked hard, but neither of us created many chances. I was pleased with another clean sheet, and keeps our unbeaten league run going.”
“It was difficult for either team to play much football on the heavy pitch.”
“It’s our first draw of the season, and in the grand scheme of things a point is better than nothing.”
Following a good start conditions made it difficult for both sides to play football on the heavy pitch, which was reflected in the lack of chances created.
Town’s first sniff of goal came on 25 minutes, when a long ball from Jordan Organ turned the Westella defence, Alex Stark cut the ball back for Matty Littlefield, though his effort went wide of the post.
Littlefield fired a couple more shots in from long range, however the keeper was rarely troubled.
At the other end, Westella never really troubled Town keeper Matty Spencer. The back three dealt well with any potential threat.
Westella came out for the second half with a bit more speed and aggression, enjoying a good ten minute spell, but without any major attempts on the Town goal.
Both teams were battling hard to take control of the midfield, and with the pitch now cut up and passing football was at a premium.
Town went close on 58 minutes when Kurtis Bedford slid in at the back post and minutes later had to be substituted due to the injury picked up in the incident between him and the Westella keeper.
Town pushed hard but couldn’t get the goal with the game fizzling out into a goalless draw.
Final Score: Westella 0 Beverley Town Football Club 0