By Nick Loughlin
DELIGHT: Hartlepool United’s Rhys Oates celebrates with his team-mates after his second-half winner
PICTURE: Shutter Press
HARTLEPOOL United jumped over Sutton and back into second spot in the table, thanks to a victory built on a high work ethic.
Pools lost disappointingly at Weymouth last week, but Rhys Oates’ header means it’s five wins from six for Dave Challinor’s side.
After a good draw at Torquay in midweek, the visitors headed home disappointed not to take something from a tight game.
Boss Matt Gray admitted...
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