Baldock Town boss Luke Gregson: We need to learn from Biggleswade FC defeat

PUBLISHED: 23:15 25 September 2018 | UPDATED: 23:15 25 September 2018

Biggleswade United V Baldock Town - Luke Gregson manager Baldock Town.


Picture: Karyn Haddon

Biggleswade United V Baldock Town - Luke Gregson manager Baldock Town. Picture: Karyn Haddon

Archant

Baldock Town boss Luke Gregson says the Reds need to learn from their 3-1 defeat to title favourites Biggleswade FC on Tuesday night.

The Reds fell to their third loss of the Spartan South Midlands Premier League season at Langford Road, as FC shut their visitors out of the game.

Goals from Tom Cookman, Tom Coles and Alex Marsh cancelled out Lewis Barker’s second-half strike, sending the hosts top of the league.

Speaking to CometSport after the game, boss Gregson said: “We got what we deserved.

“We were sluggish and we didn’t compete, which was disappointing because that’s always something we do.

“I think we were a bit lucky to be in the game until so late but we’ve got to learn from it.

“We weren’t ourselves tonight. We just didn’t get going.”

Still adapting to their new league after last season’s promotion, Gregson said it was important for his side to face a team he expects to challenge for the title. However, he was surprised to see his side matched physically in a fiery derby.

Baldock face another away game on Saturday, with North Greenford United the hosts.

More news stories

12:02

A popular Biggleswade curry house has been voted as one of the best in the UK at the annual Curry Life Awards.

09:00

A speeding driver has been fined hundreds of pounds after travelling at more than 100mph on the A1(M) at Hatfield.

Yesterday, 13:26

A 30-year-old man from Stevenage has been jailed for six years today after two “horrific attacks” on men outside pubs, which left them both with life-changing injuries.

Yesterday, 22:52

Did you see a fight outside a Stevenage bar early this morning?

Most read stories

Show Job Lists

Digital Edition

Image
Read the The Comet e-edition E-edition

Newsletter Sign Up

The Comet weekly newsletter
Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy