JAMIE O’Hara could not hide his disappointment after Billericay Town suffered a 2-1 defeat to National League South strugglers Hungerford Town.

Adam Coombes fired Billericay in front from the penalty spot, but Hungerford snatched all three points thanks to a late Danilo Orsi-Dadamo brace.

And Billericay assistant player-manager O’Hara was frustrated with the performance after an encouraging week in training.

“It was a shocking performance,” said O’Hara.

“After such a fantastic week in training, talking about intensity and being on the front foot, it was the complete opposite.

“It was a poor first half. We didn’t really create much in the second half, got a penalty and didn’t see out the game.

“The gaffer (Harry Wheeler) and I obviously want to back the boys but there are no excuses and it was nowhere near what we expect.”

Coombes converted from the penalty spot after Jamar Loza had been bundled over five minutes into the second half.

But Orsi-Dadamo scored a spot-kick of his own four minutes from time to draw Hungerford level.

And the former East Thurrock United striker completed his brace in the fourth minute of injury time to condemn Billericay to a fourth consecutive defeat.