Witheridge manager Chris Vinnicombe unhappy after eight-goal thriller
WITHERIDGE manager Chris Vinnicombe admits it was 'frustrating' to watch his side concede an equaliser four minutes from time, having come from 3-1 down against Camelford.
Playing their first competitive match since December 8, Withy went behind after eight minutes, only for Jordan Charran to level just after the break.
The Camels went scored two more either side of a penalty miss from Steve Ebdy, but four goals in the final seven minutes changed the game.
Charran and debutant Toby Nicholson made it 3-3 before the former completed his hat-trick, only Camelford to pull it back to 4-4 with seconds left.
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"To be 3-1 down with 10 minutes to go but 4-3 up with four minutes to go, you would expect to see it out," said Vinnicombe, whose side make the trip to Plymouth Parkway on Saturday. "A draw is a draw and we are still unbeaten since I took over so looking at it logically I can't complain.
"But considering how we played in the second half, when we were just camped in their half of the field, I am not sure a draw was a fair result.
"It was a very entertaining game for the fans but frustrating for me by the end."
Meanwhile, Cullompton Rangers boss Mike Taylor feels a 2-1 friendly win over Exeter Civil Service has set his side up well for the trip to Saltash United on Saturday.
Ryan Leverton and Jack Towill scored for Cully, who will have captain Gary Wills, Ashley Donohue and Isaac Reid back.
"It was exactly what both teams needed, just to shake the rust off really, and it sets us up well for the game with Saltash," said Taylor. "They (Saltash United) play like a team that's been together for a while and it should be a good test."