Town deservedly led by 1-0 at half time last night thanks to Fabio Valenti's penalty. Numerous players then missed chances to put the game to bed with Mark Kirby's (making his debut in midfield) having a header cleared off the line. Northwood came back into the game and equalised through Brad Hewitt and substitute Eugene Ofori won the game to make it 2-1.
From those that were present the game was much more encouraging than Saturday and Town were unlucky not to take something from the game in which the team were missing Rudi Hall, Stuart Blackburne and Adam Wallace.
The cold end always likes to be postive so on the up side Town created numerous chances and should of won the game had a little bit more luck been on our side and these been converted.
Next up is the FA Trophy game at Thames Road on Saturday against Concord Rangers. As the cold end has stated the draw couldn't of been much harder for the Town as Concord have turned their home into somewhat of a fortress. However, Leyton's surprise league victory there on Saturday shows it's possible to get a result. Maybe the luck will be on our side at the weekend or is true you make your own luck?? Either way the cold end is looking forward to it.