DORCHESTER Town boss Steve Thompson felt the Magpies deserved a “little bit more” than a 1-1 draw from their clash with Evo-Stik Southern Premier South leaders Taunton Town at the Viridor Stadium.

Rocky Neal handed the hosts a 10th-minute lead before Brennan Camp equalised seven minutes before half-time following a goalmouth scramble – his first goal for the club.

Both sides had late chances to win the game but a succession of decisions given against Dorchester riled boss Steve Thompson and he was sent to the stands by referee Lee Roberts.

Speaking to Echosport, Thompson had mixed feelings after the encounter.

He said: “I thought second half we edged the game, we started the second half really well – had three good chances.

“Taunton came back and had a couple of half-chances of their own, scrambles in the last 10 minutes.

“On the whole we deserved at least a point and probably deserved a little bit more.”

He added: “We started slowly, first 20 minutes Taunton had the better of things and scored the goal. Then I thought we played well for the next 70 minutes.

“Part of me’s pleased we’re getting a 1-1 draw away to the league leaders and another part of me’s thinking what could’ve been if we’d have had that early goal in the second half.”