FC Halifax Town boss Billy Heath admitted his side were beaten by the better team after their 3-0 defeat at Bromley on Saturday.

Halifax held the hosts at 0-0 until just after half-time, before Bromley netted three times in a devastating nine-minute spell, twice through Josh Rees and once through Louis Dennis.

“We made some sort of a fist of it in the first-half, but second-half you have to hold your hands up that you’ve been beaten by a better group of players,” Heath said. “I don’t have any qualms about the result.

“We didn’t get going at all in the second-half. It was always going to be difficult against the wind. “We didn’t get close enough, we seemed to be happy to sit off them and protect space more than go and engage people. “The referee’s decisions didn’t help – sometimes you get them and sometimes you don’t – but we’ve got to be better.”

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