THIS game turned out to be a case of daylight robbery as Town dominated without finding the killer instinct and Torquay scored from their only shot.
With Town missing three strikers it was an opportunity for Akpo Sodje to make his mark and some promising touches and a willingness to put himself about earned him plaudits from the relatively low crowd.
But it was his brother Efe who opened the scoring midway through the first half.
After Brandon's fine run and shot was tipped over the bar, the resulting corner was headed in at the far post by Efe with Akpo also in the challenge.
Town were trying to play football but the wind was clearly affecting the quality of the game, although for Torquay this was not an excuse as they were the worst side I have seen this time.
The second half started well for Town and we hit the post through McAliskey while Schofield forced their goalie into a fine save, but on 55 minutes a couple of slips from Town and the ball simply fell into the path of Hill, who struck an unerring shot into the top corner.
A welcome tactical change saw Fowler on for the injured Akpo, Carss to the left, Schofield to the right and Worthington into an attacking midfield position which I feel is more suited to his natural ebullience rather than his usual holding role.
Town continued to dominate and again we hit the woodwork and carved good chances for Worthington and Brandon, forcing their keeper into good saves late on.
Overall yet another deeply disappointing result with yet more failures to keep a clean sheet and to hold onto a lead.
Statistics show we are the worst team in this division in the second half of games.
If this bizarre anomaly can be rectified we can still hold out hopes of a play-off spot, but at the moment mid-table beckons.
It took us seven seasons to be promoted out of this division last time, so let's be patient and back Jackson to the hilt.
I can't think of any other manager who is more passionate about this club than him and I would be gutted if a small minority of knee-jerkers succeeded in forcing him out.
Keep the faith!