Lee Bradbury expressed his disappointment as another positive display from the Hawks went unrewarded.
The Westleigh Park outfit slipped back into the bottom four of the National League following a 2-1 defeat against Sutton United at Westleigh Park on Saturday.
Bradbury’s Hawks had to play second fiddle to a powerful and experienced Sutton outfit for much of the contest. However, they led at half-time courtesy of a Nicke Kabamba goal scored against the run of play. And almost snatched a share of the spoils at the death.
“We need to get points on the board,” said boss Bradbury. “Once again we have given another top team a good game and come away with nothing.
“It is small margins and we keep falling the wrong side of them. I can’t fault the players’ efforts because they kept working hard for each other.
“But we were guilty of giving away another couple of uncharacteristic goals. Everything we do wrong at the moment seems to get punished.”
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