STOURBRIDGE boss Gary Hackett was frustrated after his side conceded in injury time to draw with Mickleover.

Tom Tonks had put the Glassboys ahead in first half before Jimmy Phillips pounced late on after the hosts had failed to put the game to bed.

Phillips pinched a point after capitalising when Matt Gould couldn't gather Pablo Mills' header in the 95th minute, despite the ref initially announcing there would be four added.

Hackett said: "The shock is, for a game we have been totally dominant, to concede so late on. Frustration is putting it very mildly.

"Our form over the last three games has been very good and it should have been nine points out of nine.

"Sadly we've gifted two points against a team we have put to the sword and totally dominated. The game should have been over.

"We've had a lot of opportunities but unfortunately someone will have one chance and that's what they had, and that's got to be out big frustration.

"I said to the players that all-in-all the performance has been good. They deserved to come out with three points.

"On the whole it's been a good performance marred by a 95th minute goal.

"If it's meant to be four added minutes, I don't know why it is being stretched to five and a half, I don't get it. That's my moan and groan at the referee."

However, Hackett is optimistic that his side can now kick-on with a strong second half to the campaign.

He added: "We know we've fallen short. Our expectations here want us to be right up there. We've got a bit to do but we're good coming out of the pack, we're strong over the second half."

League form will have to wait until after next Saturday's FA Trophy clash at Billericay.

"It's an intriguing draw with Billericay in terms of their high profile manager/owner and some of their high profile players," added Hackett. "We're looking forward to the game as well. We've got nothing to lose and will have some great support down there."