Wimborne Town held by Bridgwater Town - playing their first game in six weeks
Wimborne Town and Bridgwater Town served up a pretty dour draw in Division One South & West of the Evo-Stik Southern League last night.
In their first game in six weeks, Bridgwater rarely looked like scoring – and neither did their opponents from Dorset.
“We were just glad to get the game on,” said Bridgwater secretary Roger Palmer, who has had to rearrange 25 first-team matches this season.
Bridgwater had also feared that the league might force them to play home games on other grounds if this match had been called off.
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“I think in the circumstances we were happy with a point,” added Palmer.
Wimborne's defence kept a fourth clean sheet out of five games, but Magpies manger Steve Cuss was disappointed his side couldn't secure back-to-back victories for the first time this season.
"We are always pleased to get a point on the road" said Cuss.
"But on this occasion I am disappointed we couldn't produce that extra bit of class to get a goal.
"We had chances to win the game but we didn't quite manage to put them away."