Today's result is massively disappointing for the club. Searching for the first win since January 28th and desperate to make amends for the appalling display last week against Eastbourne, events looked to be going our way. For a few minutes anyway.
With Hampton down to ten men on 50 minutes and City 3 - 2 up, we looked to be back in the hunt. Once again though, we seem to leak goals quicker than the Titanic takes in water. We can score goals but we have to defend as well. Gifting needless goals is our greatest concern this season.
Regarding our nearest competitors at the wrong end of the table, Bromley nicked a point from Eastleigh, Eastbourne gained a point from Sutton and even Thurrock snatched a point from Weston.
On a positive note for us, Maidenhead, Havant and Staines all lost. The net result of the day's games mean we stay in 15th position but Bromley gain another point and edge closer.
Boreham Wood on Tuesday night suddenly becomes a huge test of confidence and a game of massive importance.