Sep 24 2009 By Matthew Leslie
HAWKS boss Peter Wright said he had no complaints about referee Gary Gordon following his side's shock derby loss to West of Scotland.
Gordon was at the centre of many contentious calls for both teams and was involved in an hour-long discussion with Wright afterwards.
However, both men emerged all smiles and the Hawks gaffer insisted such discussions are routine for him and the whistlers after a game.
He said: "I've no complaint with Gary - he's a good ref who is improving all the time and was very generous enough to go through his decisions with me from how he interpreted it.
"That's fine with me because it helps me to understand why things happened the way they did.
"Gary also listened to what I had to say and hopefully he will come back next time with a better understanding of how we play.
"I'll no doubt know what approach to take and such discussions - which I have every game - are helpful to make me a better coach and Gary a better ref.
"As for the result, no complaints about that. Yes, we had a chance to win it with the final kick but West deserved their win and it would have been harsh on them had it gone over."