Manager Liam Raybould was at a loss to understand how we lost that game ” we dominated for long periods and played some good football on a very difficult surface but we have come away with nothing which is really hard to take.”
You can sympathise with the manager especially when you look at the second half when they have scored two tremendous goals with long distance strikes and we managed to miss apenalty, have a goal disallowed and squander chances and, when we were on target, the Newquay keeper was in superb form.
There were plusses which we could take from the game though. Brendon Parsons who joined us last week looked a real handful up front and could easily have got his name on the scoresheet.
So it is on to Plymouth Parkway on Tuesday when we entertain them in the StLukes Cup kick off is at 7.30pm.