Bradbury disappointed after Hawks defeat at Westleigh Park

The Hawks boss Lee BradburyThe Hawks boss Lee Bradbury
The Hawks boss Lee Bradbury
LEE Bradbury admitted the Hawks face a big fight to stay in the National League.

A second-half goal proved enough to condemn the Hawks to a fourth successive home defeat.

Steve Rigg's header from a corner earned Gateshead a 1-0 win at Westleigh Park.

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It means the Hawks remain in the bottom four after winning just two of their opening 15 league games.

Bradbury was disappointed by another defeat.

He said: '˜We have been taught another harsh lesson.

'˜Our goalkeeper has hardly had a save to make and our opponents score from one set piece. That is disappointing.

'˜Gateshead got their noses in front and then did a professional job on us.

'˜I thought we were the better side but again we end up with nothing to show for it.

'˜We know that we have a fight on our hands to stay in this league but we knew that from the start.

'˜We have to start winning games between now and Christmas.'

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