TOM OWEN-Evans put in another impressive shift in the engine
room of The Bulls side against Nuneaton Borough.
The industrious midfield man notched two goals on his way to
picking up the Man of the Match award, however, he was disappointed that we
couldn’t finish off our bottom of the table opponents.
“We killed ourselves with our first half performance,” he
admitted. “We were sloppy early on and it’s difficult to put our finger on why.
“That said, we still managed to get our noses in front but
we weren’t street-wise enough. We gave away too many silly free-kicks and
conceded two goals from set-pieces, which is always disappointing.
“We had a go in the second half; we saw a lot of the ball
but after equalising from the penalty spot, the winning goal just eluded us.
“I felt confident taking the penalty. I knew what I had to
do and it was nice to see the ball hit the back of the net.
“It wasn’t the result that we wanted, but it’s another point
added to our tally ahead of two tough away trips during the week ahead.
“Everyone is capable of beating each other on their day in
this League. To see the likes of Eliot [Richards] and Keyon [Reffell] getting
back into fitness and George [Lloyd] returning on loan is a big boost for us.
“This kind of competition helps to keep us all on our toes.
We know that we have to be much better than we were in the first half.”