Striker Dayle Southwell admitted FC Halifax Town were punished for their mistakes in the 2-1 defeat at Havant and Waterlooville on Saturday.

The Shaymen’s winless league run now stands at 12 games after that result, which saw Tyler Cordner and Alfie Rutherford put the hosts in command before Niall Maher got a goal back.

Southwell said: “I thought first-half we looked the better side. We created chances which we probably should have put away.

“Second-half we didn’t come out like we should have done and we got punished for mistakes. It’s not good enough if we want to turn up in the last 10 minutes and give it a go when we’re already 2-0 down.

“We need to do that from the start. They are a side we should be beating, home or away.

“We know that as a team.”

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