PAUL Carden says Jack Higgins’ late equaliser at Whitby Town last night could be “a turning point” for Warrington Town.

Defender Higgins struck in injury time – his second goal of the game – to earn Yellows a 2-2 draw at the Turnbull Ground.

Report: Whitby 2 Yellows 2

Despite being unable to prevent their winless streak extending to six matches, Carden felt his side’s performance was more like what he wants to see.

“A draw was the least we deserved. We played more like we can and we should,” he said.

“The only criticism of us was that we were trying to do everything. We’re trying to win and we’re leaving ourselves open at times.

“From the first whistle, we’ve committed bodies forward and all of a sudden, we get done on the counter.

“We got ourselves back into the game and then we’ve got so much control. It was much more like us.

“They were quite lively on the break though and they caught us again.

“They defended well, I have to give them credit for that.

“The amount of blocks they made was unbelievable, as was the amount of saves their keeper made.

“On another night, we go on to win the game.

“Scoring so late on like we did last night, though, feels like it could be a turning point.

“There’s been times on this bumpy spell we’re having where we’ve not got what we’ve deserve.

“It evens itself out and hopefully last night will put us on course to finish the season strongly.”

Town are back in action tomorrow when they travel to play-off rivals Farsley Celtic, kick off 3pm.