ON SATURDAY we gained a point at home to Concord Rangers, but the general feeling was that we had dropped two.

During the first half, we created enough clear-cut chances to win several games, but unfortunately we didn’t convert them.

Then, in the second half and against 10 men, we totally dominated play but couldn’t break down the opposition.

It was a matter of being patient and our patience seemed set to be rewarded in the final 10 minutes, when we were awarded a penalty.

Unfortunately, Manny Williams, who is usually very reliable from the penalty spot, didn’t convert and we had to settle for a point.

On Tuesday we played a very good Bath side that had been beaten on penalties in the semi-final of the FA Trophy on the Saturday.

They had a good amount of possession but we managed to limit them to shots from distance for the majority of the game.

A great header from Rob Dickie, a good free kick from Liam Enver-Marum and a fantastic goal from Lloyd Macklin gave us the three points and moved us back up to third in the table.

At the moment, we are averaging 1.8 points per game.

If we can maintain this we will not be far off the top positions come the end of the season.

We have nine games remaining and 27 points to play for.

The first of those are against a very tough Chelmsford City side, who will be looking for the points to push themselves closer to the play off places.