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Adams left to rue more bad luck at Banbury

Stratford Town manager Carl Adams. Photo: Mark Williamson
Stratford Town manager Carl Adams. Photo: Mark Williamson

STRATFORD Town manager Carl Adams was left ruing another hard-luck story as they slipped to a 2-1 defeat at Banbury on Saturday.

The Puritans came from behind to steal all three points, courtesy of an own goal and a bizarre added time winner from Callum White.

"That game shows how tough this league is," said Adams.

"We have to work from the first minute to the last and maybe we didn't do that here.

"With 12 minutes to go we were looking to come away with three points and we've ended up with nothing, which is not what we deserved.

"We just don’t seem to be able to get over the line at the moment."

Saturday's setback has seen down slip down two places to 18th in the Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division, three points off the relegation zone.

Town are back in action tonight, Monday, when they take on a Coventry City under-23 side in the second round of the Birmingham Senior Cup at the DCS.

Stratford's next league game is this Saturday, at home to St Neots.

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