Field can see better times
HILL manager John Field could not believe how his side did not come away with all three points.
The first half was even with both sides having their chances, the best for Hill fell to Danny Demetriou in the six-yard box but he failed to connect cleanly.
Hill came out of the blocks straight from the interval and had White Ensign on the back foot the whole half. Chances came and went with Demetriou missing from a two yards with a header.
His brother Stephen had a good chance not long after but hit it straight at the keeper, full-back Nick Pegg came close with a couple of free-kicks.
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The pressure was kept up with a string of corners but Hill just could not turn the pressure into goals, their frustration was increased when sub Danny Dow broke clear with just the keeper to beat with a minute left. He squared it to forward Tom Dosser, who stabbed home from close range only for a late assistant referee's flag to rule it offside.
Field – frustrated with the result – was very happy with the performance overall and just hopes the finishing will follow in his teams up-coming fixtures.