JASON Gibson, the Bonagee United manager, cut a frustrated figure as he saw three points slip from his team’s grasp yesterday against Letterkenny Rovers.
Bonagee led from Michéal Doherty’s seventh-minute opener until a disputed penalty, netted by BJ Banda, rescued a share of the spoils for Letterkenny at the Aura Centre.
“There wasn’t much in the game,” Gibson reflected.
“We were quite comfortable. They were going to have spells of possession and we expected that.
“They didn’t create an awful lot, but it was the manner that they got the equaliser that was frustrating.”
The leveller arrived when Mark Harkin was adjudged to have fouled Kevin McGrath on 63 minutes and Banda fired in the rebound.
Gibson said: “Our players, and even some of ours, say it was soft and that’s the frustration we take out of the game.”
The Dry Arch men have no time to lick the wounds with College Corinthians in town next Sunday for an FAI Intermediate Cup joust.
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