Louth Town: Daryl Clare happy with hard-fought draw
DARYL Clare's White Wolves extended their unbeaten run to four matches with a 1-1 draw at Hallam FC.
The former Grimsby Town striker was full of praise for his depleted side, who battled hard against a youthful Hallam team on a difficult, sloping pitch.
The Wolves were on top for most of the first half but the hosts held out to go into the break at 0-0.
But Hallam came out brightly and went ahead inside ten minutes of the restart when Aaron Muxam scored the opener.
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Louth got themselves back on terms five minutes later thanks to Chrs Ella's strike.
The visitors could in fact have taken all three points but could not profit from the string of half-chances they created and were ultimately made to settle for a draw.
After the game, Clare was pleased with a point, but felt his side did enough to win.
He said: "Hallam are a good young side.
"They are very fit and play nice football so we were pleased with a point as the slope on the pitch was very challenging.
"We played very well again and our little run continues.
"I do feel we missed two golden opportunities late on in the game which probably cost us two valuable extra points.
"I've no complaints though, in general we played very well again."
Louth are next in action when they welcome Pontefract Collieries to Park Avenue for a League cup game tomorrow evening.
That is followed by a home league clash with Worsbrough Bridge on Saturday.