Bognor bosses were pleased with the success of Pompey’s annual visit - on and off the pitch.
The Blues won 2-0 but most felt the Rocks had given them their toughest pre-season test to date, a week after Kenny Jackett’s side had won 6-0 at Havant.
Coach Darin Killpartrick felt the Rocks did well to contain Pompey for long periods, beaten only by early and late strikes by Brett Pitman.
And with a crowd estimated to be 1,800 packing into the ground, it was also an important payday for Bognor ahead of their National League South campaign.
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