Striker paid credit to the youth team playersEddie Dsane was delighted to add to his Town account in this afternoon’s home draw against Nike Academy.
The striker pounced at the start of the second period with a low finish before the visitors pulled level minutes later.
Dsane was a constant threat throughout and had opportunities to further add to his tally, but was denied by some fine keeping from the Academy’s shot stopper.
After the game, he said: “It was quite a frustrating one this afternoon.
“We could have got the win in the end but weren’t clinical enough in the final third.
“We were also lacking that little bit of care to our play too.”
Dsane paid credit to youth team players Nathan Sheron, Jordan Hancox and Mamadou Djabi, who all played parts at Poolfoot Farm.
“Nathan at centre back is always solid in training and never looks out of place with us.
“Jordan did well on the wing too and created loads of chances by beating his man.
“I’m a good friend of Mamadou’s and it worked between us when he came on.
“I was delighted to score my goal but frustrated at the same time as I could have had a few more.
“I wasn’t clinical with my finishing and that might be down to concentration.”