Sutton made the long trip to Brigg and came away empty handed.
It looked for a long time as if they would reap all three points but a pretty toothless second half allowed Brigg to take all the points.
It started well for Sutton when in the fifth minute Lee Parsons
volleyed home a ball which Matt Gardner
neatly chested into his path.
Sutton were breaking through with ease and Dean Rathbone had a chance to increase the lead when he showed some trickery in the twelve yard box but was perhaps a little to late in firing a shot which was blocked by defenders.
then had a good chance when he pulled down a deep cross and without checking his stride fired in a volley which Miles Fenty in the Brigg goal saved well.
In one of their rare raids into Sutton territory Brigg missed an open goal when a corner was headed well past the post with the attacker being free of any defender it was easier to head home than miss the post.
Sutton were soon back in their usual position of attacking the Brigg goal and Matt Gardner
was only just over the bar with an overhead kick.
Sutton should have been more than the single goal a head at the half time whistle but it was the usual story of too many missed chances.
The second half was noteable for Sutton’s lack of effort in midfield and from their dominance in the first half to hardly being noticed in the second.
This allowed Brigg back into the game and within a four minute blitz they had gone in front.
Both were well worked goals but with little challenge from the Sutton midfield or defence. The first came in the sixty eighth minute when a good move down the left was well finished off by Liam Davis who had been the main cause of a threat to Sutton all afternoon. The second followed in the 72 minute with an equally well worked move this time down the right and again Sutton failed to deal with it and Ryan Paczkowski made no mistake.
Sutton now move onto a tough run of games with the new management team in need of a few new faces.