Gary Innes v Marske United ( Andrew McDonnell)

Bedlington Terriers manager Gary Innes was left bitterly disappointed after conceding an own-goal in the final seconds in Saturdays 1-1 draw with Marske United.

Innes, who was managing in his first home game as Bedlington manager, couldnt fault the players after a complete display against title-chasing Marske.

He said: “The performance and the effort today was fantastic, we knew the second-half we were going to have our backs against the wall. “

“It is hard to take, however, all credit to the lads, each and everyone of them, I couldn’t fault them at all. “


“I think we performed very well, first-half I thought we could have scored one, but the second-half we were astonishing. “

Although they didn’t get the three points today, Innes believes his side can take the draw as a positive going into the forthcoming fixtures against Newton Aycliffe and Sunderland RCA.

He added: “Last week we got beat because of a goalkeeping error and this week we didn’t get the three points because of an own-goal, but you have to take the rough with the smooth. “


“Everyone put their hearts on their sleeves today. The lads have to take that as a massive positive today and if  it wasn’t for an own-goal we would have got the three points. “


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