Lee Bradbury lauded the efficiency of his Havant & Waterlooville side after their 2-0 National League South victory over Hungerford Town at Westleigh Park.
He was also delighted to see striker Jason Prior end his three-month goal drought in Saturday’s triumph. Prior scored both goals – his first in the league since November.
Hawks keeper Ryan Young was not called upon to make a save in a display Bradbury felt was very business-like.
“It was a very dogged, hard-working performance against physical opponents,” said the boss. “We were deserved winners and we could easily have scored a few more.”
“It was important that we got the job done and we didn’t disappoint. We played some decent football and once we got the first goal there was no looking back.
“We looked strong and we showed a great willingness to run around. It was a very good squad performance and showed the strength in depth we possess.
“It also showed we won’t allow opponents to bully or intimidate us.”
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