MARK Beesley admits the only “tinge of disappointment” about his Warrington Town side’s display against Brackley Town was the result.

Having come from behind to take a 2-1 half-time lead at Cantilever Park, Yellows were pegged back to a 2-2 draw by Connor Hall’s equaliser for the visitors.

Isaac Buckley-Ricketts had earlier cancelled out Zak Lilly’s stunning opener to pull Town level before Matty McDonald, who had earlier hit the crossbar, prodded Beesley’s men in front.

Town continued to have the better chances as Jay Harris also hit the post while Josh Amis lobbed over the bar in injury time, but they could not force a winner.

Having watched his side beaten at Spennymoor Town in midweek, however, Beesley was happy to see his side look “more like themselves” despite not holding on for three points.

“I thought we were excellent. We were more like ourselves today,” he said.

“We spoke on Tuesday about getting back to our normal performance levels and the results would look after themselves. The only tinge of disappointment is that we didn’t win.

“In my opinion, we had the best chances and deserved to win but they’re an excellent team.

“They pushed us back without creating chances, but two bits of quality got them their goals.

“We need to be a bit more ruthless with our decision-making and our final pass or shot but other than that, I can’t fault them today.

“Three-game weeks are tough at this level – we didn’t perform on Tuesday but we dusted ourselves down and put a good performance on today.

“We caused them problems and on another day, we’re two or three ahead by half time.

“That’s probably the difference for me – we had a great chance before half time and Matty McDonald had hit the bar, if one of those goes in it’s a lead we can hold onto.”