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REACTION: Hodges happy with work-rate

6 months ago By Truro City Football Club

Boss gives his verdict on our draw at Bath City...

WHITE Tigers’ boss, Lee Hodges, was pleased with the effort that his players put in as we came home from Bath City with a point and a clean sheet from a goalless draw.
“It was a fair result,” he admitted. “It was a very even contest; they started better but we grew into it as the first half went on and then after the break it was a similar story.
“Both sides had a decent chance to win it in the second half. We were unlucky when Cody’s effort hit the crossbar but we’ll take the point and the clean sheet.
“This is always a tough place to come and Bath have some quality in their side. We knew it would be difficult but we looked solid and gave it a go.
“Alex [Hartridge] came into the side in place of Ben Gerring and slotted in well. The work-rate was excellent from everyone, we put in a real shift so I am pleased.
“Any point away from home is good and now our focus turns to the next game at home to Concord in seven days’ time.”

Updated 19:56 - 13 Jun 2018 by Truro City Football Club

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