Boss Lee Andrews admitted Workington Reds just came up against class opponents in Bromley as they slipped out of the FA Trophy last night.
After a mammoth journey to Kent, Reds gave their all with a superb first-half display. But the skill and class of the home side came through in the latter stages and they won comfortably 7-1.
Louis Dennis, who was not in the Bromley team on Saturday, came back in and made a huge difference, scoring two goals and creating a host of opportunities.
“They were a decent team and they had Dennis come in tonight and he made a big difference, everything went through him and he just looked a yard sharper than anyone else on the pitch,” said Andrews.
“The response after going 1-0 down was fantastic, to equalise straight away, but then the goal before half-time killed us. It looked like a cross as well which was harder to take.
“We said at half-time, we needed to come out sharp to stay in the game but, when that third goal went in, it made things more difficult and it became about damage limitation.”
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