Date: Sun 10 Feb 2019

By David Simpson

Steve Kinniburgh Reflects

Corby Town 1-2 Dunstable Town

Post-Match Interview

We weren't good enough, admits Corby boss Kinniburgh

Steve Kinniburgh conceded his Corby Town team were “not good enough” after their title hopes suffered a major setback with a 2-1 defeat to Dunstable Town at Steel Park.

The Steelmen went into the game having won six in a row on home soil in the Evo-Stik League South Division One Central.

But, despite taking the lead through Connor Kennedy, the visitors hit back to inflict a damaging loss on Kinniburgh’s team.

They are now eight points behind leaders Peterborough Sports and seven adrift of second-placed Bromsgrove Sporting after the top two both won.

Kinniburgh admitted:

“We weren’t good enough from start to finish.

“We weren’t at the races.

'We have gone 1-0 up in the game and allowed them back into it.

Jon Dunham
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