Wimborne Town manager praises injury hit Magpies after Cinderford Town draw
WIMBORNE Town manager Steve Cuss praised his side - despite the Magpies being pegged back by a late equaliser by Cinderford Town yesterday.
A late goal from an Andy Lewis free-kick rescued a point for the visitors as an under-strength Wimborne Town were forced to settle for a 2-2 draw.
"It's very disappointing because our performance was excellent - we didn't get the result we deserved" explained Cuss.
"We were down to the bare bones and there were men battling away who normally shouldn't have been out there because they weren't fully fit.
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"We don't have any midweek games coming up so hopefully we'll have some of them fit by next Saturday."
The Magpies were dealt a further blow when striker Mark Gamble was forced off through injury.
Wimborne are still unbeaten at Cuthbury in the Calor Southern League Division One South and West and visit Taunton Town on Saturday.