IT'S a long way home from Bristol to Cambridgeshire, especially when you feel like you've lost.
I would happily have settled for a point before the game, especially as my mate and I were soaked to the skin, but to draw in these circumstances felt like we'd been mugged.
We were contentedly contemplating a nice push up the table with 10 minutes to go and a two-goal lead, and I reckon we would have held on but for the penalty.
It was at the far end of the pitch from us - there must have been at least 400 Town fans under that shed - but it looked like something and nothing of an incident and no-one appeared to make any appeal.
Once they scored from that we all got that awful feeling there would be a late equaliser and, heaven forbid, a winner for City as they pushed forward and we defended for our lives.
I had a great view, if those are the right words, of the equaliser, which took a massive deflection, and everyone was stunned that we weren't going away with the three points.
In the cold light of day, maybe we should have punished them with another goal or two when we were well on top in the first half and from those quick breaks in the second.
Akpo Sodje looks strong and quick but he's still very raw and might have passed to Pav on one of the attacks which he wasted with a shot wide.
I thought Clarke slotted in well again despite some obvious communication problems with Gray at times, and I was glad to see Anthony Lloyd doing well on his return to the side.
I saw a group of people outside the ground with `Lloyd 24' on their shirts from last season and I guess they were his family from Taunton.
I also saw Efe Sodje there to support his teammates and his brother and, despite the disappointment of the draw, I think everyone should take a lot from the performance. It could turn out to be a good season.