Poole Town and Ex-Tranmere winger, Abdulai Baggie says he is disappointed with his team’s away result on Saturday in his post-match interview.

Dartford edged Baggie’s Town to win 2 -1 – with two goals in two minutes for the home team as they secured a hard-fourth victory against Vanarama National South play-off rivals Poole Town at chilly Princes Park.

Duane Ofori-Acheampong and Luke Wanadio scored a goal each in the first half before Luke Parker pulled one back for the Dorset visitors four minutes before the interval.

A disappointed Baggie, who joined the Dolphins in March, told footballsierraleone.net, “It’s was a difficult result and everyone at the club disappointed with the result.”

“But we got to take the positives from the game and maybe we should have got something out of the game, we passed the ball well, we were patient but we couldn’t get the equaliser.

“We must keep fighting and taking it game by game, but the club is in a very good position and we will see where we are at around Christmas time and after the New Year.

“It is too early to start calling for promotion but I don’t see why we can’t be around there come to the end of the season.”

Dartford scored twice in two minutes after Poole had made a bright start.

Dartford: Ibrahim, Gardiner, Wynter, Vint, Wood, A Brown (Harris 77 mins), Noble, Bradbrook, Ofori-Acheampong, Pugh, Wanadio (E Brown 90 mins) Dartford subs: Hayes, Dembele, Coxhall

Dartford subs not used; Hayes, Dembele, Coxhall

Poole Town: Hutchings, Cooper (Gillespie 70m mins), Case, Spetch, Whisken, Pettefer (Moore 86 mins), Burbidge, Devlin, Roberts, Brooks, Baggie

Poole subs not used: Rees, Gale

Attendance: 886

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