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Lee Reflects on Worthing and Previews Harlow Town

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Lee Bradbury reflects on the 2-1 win away to Worthing F.C. that puts the HAWKS back on top of the league;
 
'I was very pleased with the win and especially our second half performance, in the first half i felt we were a little bit off the pace, but to give them credit they were sharp, fit and hungry and made it hard for us to play. in the second half we were a lot better, we were on the front foot and on another day we could have scored a couple more goals. It was an important win to get us back to the top of the table, that could change this week as we have a cup match and Bognor play in the league, but the most important thing is we've got back to winning ways, a real positive'.
 
 Moving onto this Saturday's home match against Harlow Town in the F A Trophy;
 
'I think this will be a tough test for us, we have to be careful and not dwell on the fact we beat them 5-2 here earlier in the season, we had a good day and played really well, this Saturday will not be a walk in the park by any means, Harlow have a point to prove they will want to come here expecting something from the match, we have to look after ourselves and do things right, we have picked up a few injuries, firstly Brian Stock who pulled his groin in the warm up and Wes Fogden came off with a hamstring after 15 minutes, and we had 2 or 3 lads complaining of knocks and injuries after the game, so we will see how the training goes and see whose available, i'm convinced with the group we've got we will field a strong squad, they are all hard working honest lads, which is what we need. Its a game we want to win it will put us a step nearer to being able to play at the best stadium in the world, so we would be fools not to take it seriously'.
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