Manager Dave Challinor believes his side did not get what they deserved from the 3-2 defeat against Worcester City at the weekend.

The Coasters suffered their first loss of the year following the early dismissal of Josh Langley, but Challinor still believes the hosts did enough to get something from the game.

“It’s disappointing because even with ten men we dominated the game. We gave ourselves a mountain to climb early on, but managed to get back into it and ultimately we didn’t get what we deserved from the game.

“The result was taken away from us by a refereeing performance that was unacceptable. I’m the last person to have a pop at referees but the decision making wasn’t good enough.

“We played a part in our own downfall. Josh shouldn’t have got involved, but he should have never been put in that position. Their lad goes straight through the back of him with a ridiculous challenge and if what Josh says is true then their lad could be in an awful lot of trouble.

“Josh will get a three-match ban now, but their player should be looking at at least that.

“Emotions are always running high after a game like that, so we will assess things over the next few days and decide what to do.

“We had a few great chances to win the game and Dion (Charles) had a goal disallowed earlier in the game that was clearly onside, but having got back to 2-2 then the last thing we wanted to do was lose the game.

“We now look back to bouncing back against Corby Town tomorrow night.”