I THOUGHT the final scoreline was very harsh on us.
You never know what might have happened had Shenton scored just before the break or Sherwin not missed another great chance early in the second half.
As it was, those opportunities were missed, the score stayed at 14-14 and we went on to lose the game.
For 60 minutes I thought it was a quality game of football, and you wouldn’t have thought this was a contest between two teams at the wrong end of the table.
But the big turning point in the game was the sin-binning (of Michael Korkidas after 60 minutes). His teammates should be disappointed in him.
From then on, it got really tough for us, and when you also continue to concede possession against such a good Huddersfield side, you’re always going to struggle.
And on top of that, we had the virus to contend with.
Our preparation leading up to the game had been good.
But to lose Catic, Leafa, Moore and Dixon at the last minute was a big blow.