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19 April 2014

Goalscorer Woody admits that Town were left bitterly disappointed not to take anything from the game at Vicarage Road

Anthony Wordsworth echoed the frustrations of the Town dressing-room, as Blues were beaten 3-1 by Watford at Vicarage Road.

Albert Riera had handed the Hornets the lead, before former Colchester United man Wordsworth pulled Town level five minutes after the break.

However two goals in three minutes saw Watford hit back to take all three points, with Town a point outside the top six.  

“It’s disappointing not to have taken anything from the game because I think we had some good chances,” Woody told the Club website.

“We started the second-half brightly and got back on level terms and we pushing for a second. We’ve hit the underside of the bar and that’s how close we were.

“We’ve switched off and they’ve scored two quick goals, which was against the run of play at the time I thought.

“We’re all frustrated but we are still right in the mix and it’s exciting to be in a Play-Off chase. We’ve got a huge game on Monday and hopefully we will be able to put this result behind us by picking up a win.”  

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