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'We're at the top of our game' says Hungerford Town FC boss Danny Robinson

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DANNY Robinson believes Hungerford Town are playing their best football since he took over at the club.

The Crusaders watched his side crush fourth-placed Concord Rangers 4-1 away in National League South on Saturday before they were held to 1-1 draw by Havant and Waterlooville at Bulpit Lane on Tuesday.

And Robinson said: "We were brilliant in the second half at Concord and we carried that on against Havant.

Chris Flood's last minute goal was ruled offside
Chris Flood's last minute goal was ruled offside

"We were unlucky not to get the win and that just goes to show how far we have come.

"We are continuing to punch above our weight.

"Teams like Havant and Maidstone, who we play on Saturday, are full-time, while are lads are out teaching classes and up scaffolding during the day.

"We were unlucky to lose to Bromley and Dartford and the results we have got this week shows that we are making strides."

Hungerford have been helped by the recent form of striker Ryan Seager, who is now back to his best and rattling in the goals.

And Robinson has also been delighted by the growing number of spectators at their home games.

A crowd of 392 watched the Havant game on Tuesday and Robinson said: "The crowds have gone up and up since the start of the season and it has been phenomenal.

"It makes a massive difference to the team. There are a lot of local lads in the team – and I am local – and it really means something when you bump into someone during the day and they offer their support.

"It gives us that extra 10 per cent."

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