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Mixed emotions for Harriers boss
11:12pm Sunday 14th October 2012 in News
He was delighted with the display but was disappointed several crucial decisions did not go their way.
They suffered their first loss in ten Blue Square Bet Premier Games thanks to Sean Newton's 44th minute penalty.
But County's flying full back was fortunate to be on the pitch after escaping a booking for a two-footed challenge on Lee Vaughan.
Harriers thought they should have had the penalty when Ryan Rowe was felled in the box just before the break, which was ignored.
"I thought in the first half it was as good as we had played all season,"commented Burr.
"Some of our football was tremendous and we're a bit disappointed with some of the decisions which went against us. "
You have to put up with that, I felt particularly in the first and in the second we created enough chances to have got something but it didn't just happen for us.
"But it didn't seem to be our day, the ball didn't fall for us and a penalty has beaten us." Harriers saw a superb effort from Anthony Malbon tipped onto the bar by Hatters keeper Ian Ormson, who also made several fine stops in the game.
But Nathan Vaughan emerged as the best shot-stopper with a slew of fine saves, including a fine reflex stop to deny Alex Kenyon.