By Henry Deacon (@H_Deaconmedia)
After leading 3-0 at the break at Westleigh Park, three second half Ebbsfleet goals saw Havant get a point against Garry Hill's play-off chasing side.
As pleased as he was with the performance in the opening period of play, he believes sheer consistency would see the Hawks be succesful regardless of the level.
Bradbury said: ”You’ve seen the best and worst of us here.
“The first half was probably the best we’ve played this season. The plan worked excellently and we scored goals from it and we looked a real threat.
“We had a mad 15 minutes and that’s naive of us.
“But we have some really good positives to take having scored three goals and getting a point against Ebbsfleet.
“I know if we can be consistent with our performance we can get a result anywhere."
And the gaffer believed today's game summed up our season.
"That's been our season being honest.
"We've been up and down and we haven't had too many games where we've played well for the whole 90 minutes and this level is uncompromising and unforgiving.
The gaffer also hopes that the lads can dust off the second half quickly and go into Monday's game against Aldershot in the right frame of mind.
"It's a local derby.
"It would be great if we could go there and win and give us a chance here at home against Barnet and it would be nice to finish with a win for the fans that have supported us all year, up and down the country.
"There two big games and we're trying to win both of them."