TOWN joint boss Rob Scott admitted that the one-one draw at Stonebridge Road was a fair result.
He said: “When all is said and done it was probably a fair result, a good point on the road. We may look back on it and say it was a good point.
“It’s a game on the road where I think teams will come here and get turned over.
“It was like two games within one. I thought we started the game poorly.
“For the first two minutes we put ourselves under a lot of pressure, from what was our kick off. That wasn’t very pleasing. Then we score a great goal.
“We absolutely dominated for thirty five minutes of the first half. We played some really good stuff. And then they came into it for the last ten minutes of the first half. That was our downfall really. We had chances to clear it on more than one occasion.
“The second half was like a game of basketball - you have an attack and we’ll have an attack. I think the problem was that we were trying to win the game. We were bombing forward, we’d lose the ball and everyone would have to bomb back.”