Beverley Town FC suffered their second defeat in the Humber Premier League after they were beaten 4-1 by Reckitts AFC.
Town took an early lead in the match however Reckitts battled back scoring two goals in each half to claim all three points.
Commenting after the game Town’s manager Rich Jagger said;
“I thought Reckitts fully deserved their win today.”
“We started well, looked dangerous going forward , but we were up against a real handful in Reckitts front two.”
“They caused us all sorts of problems and never stopped working all game. The lads have to take it on the chin and move onto the next game.”
Jordan Organ opened the scoring for Town inside 10 minutes when he scored from a well worked corner blasting home from 5 yards out.
Town’s lead didn’t last long. A defensive mistake let in Reckitts Brad Allon who slotted home almost straight from the re start.
As both teams battled hard to get their noses in front, Organ had another fantastic chance but he fired his effort wide.
Reckitts took the lead before the break as Richard Medcalf headed home neatly from 6 yards out.
Jagger made changes at the break and the game was finally balanced until two more mistakes by Town put the game out of reach.
A slight miss control let the prolific Medcalf in, and he slotted home with ease. Then shortly after, another mistake in midfield let Allon in on goal and he fired into the bottom corner.
Town tried to get something from the remaining 20 minutes but Reckitts saw the game out in professional manner.
Defeat sees Town slip to fifth place in the Humber Premier League with nine points.
Beverley are now six points beghind the current leaders Pocklington Town who maintained their perfect winning start to the season with vicotry of Heddon Rangers.
Full Time: Reckitts AFC 4 Beverley Town Football Club 1
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