Another drawn game in Wales today that we should have one, this time 1-1 at Bridgend. After watching the Bridgend goalie go through an agility warm-up before the match I couldn’t decide if it was just show. No, he was the real deal and proceeded to make many fine saves during the game. Bridgend took the lead against the run of play from a short corner. We had many promising opportunities to equalise but the final pass was often found wanting or the goalie stepped in. We desperately needed something from the game and there was palpable relief in the second half when Don finally breached Bridgend’s defences with a cheeky reverse underneath the keeper from close range. Two controversial decisions followed. The first when Tom Varney was stick tackled by the keeper when he was just about to score – after consultation the umpires decided it was a 16. The second when a shot deflected off the keeper’s pads onto a foot on the line. Decision by the nearest umpire – P-flick. Joe John manfully strode up to take it. Hang on, the umpire at the other end of the pitch noticed that the ball was going to miss even though the defender was inside the post. Decision change – short corner. Joe kept driving into the D until the end but we just couldn’t find the net again. Man-of-the-Match for another masterful performance in midfield – Ross Williams.