Evesham United manager Neil Hunt was left "disappointed" after his side's 1-1 draw with Cinderford Town on Saturday afternoon.

Hunt described what was a "worldy" of a free-kick from Cinderford's Zachary Drew in first-half stoppage time to put the visitors 1-0 up.

An instinctive finish from United's Jack Horrell seven minutes after the break got the Robins level but the points were shared in their BetVictor Southern Division One South league fixture.

The draw ended a run of three wins in a row for United in all competitions and keeps them in 12th place in the table whilst the draw brings Cinderford to within a point of their opponents.

Swirling wind and rain in the first half made playing football very difficult for both sides but the hosts dominated for large parts and went close when Lorcan Sheehan forced a good save from Nicolas Jones in the Town goal.

The visitors battled well to keep Evesham at bay and so nearly went ahead had it not been for Evesham skipper Matt Williams' clearance off the line on the half-hour mark.

Despite seeing little of the ball, it was Cinderford who took their opportunity in first-half stoppage time when Drew curled a delightful free-kick into the bottom corner from just outside the box.

The hosts started the second period brightly and levelled after just seven minutes thanks to Horrell's equaliser following a goal-mouth scramble but despite both teams pushing for a winner, neither could find it and it left Robins' boss Hunt wishing for more.

"Yeah, we're disappointed," he admitted.

"I thought we played well in the first half and we probably should have been one or two nil up and then to come in at half-time one down was a blow, they have had two chances in the first-half, one cleared off the line and the other is a worldy and it's gone in, so really disappointed with the overall result."

"We have played three sides recently and they have taken the game to us and we've defended well and nicked goals and got the result."

"Today we had to show some authority on the ball and we didn't do that enough, didn't create enough chances, we worked hard but it didn't happen today.

"The lads are fantastic and they work hard but we still have another four or five chances to win the game.

"But they (Cinderford) dug in and fair play, they were happy with the point and we weren't so there we go.

"It was a swirling wind and both sides tried to play football but generally not particularly pleased with the result."