FRUSTRATION was the word of the day for Worcester City boss Chris Cornes after his side's long winning run in the Hellenic League Premier came to an end on Saturday.

Jamie Insall's header pulled City level after Slimbridge took a surprise lead in the 53rd minute through Theo Clayson's low strike after a quick counter-attack.

City had the chance to win it five minutes from time, but Izak Reid blazed his penalty over the bar.

City were hoping to equal a 46-year-old club record of 12 wins in a row, but it was not to be and boss Cornes admitted it was a frustrating result.

"It’s definitely two points dropped," admitted Cornes. "Teams around us have also dropped points so that’s the good thing but also frustrating as we could have gone points clear with all the games in hand.

"I thought we dominated the game for 95% of the match and we probably should have been 2/3-0 up in that first-half.

"Elliot (Hartley) and Jamie (Insall) both had chances and we’ve hit the post and the bar.

"But we didn’t take our chances and credit to them (Slimbridge), they came here with a game plan and they got the point they came here for.

"It’s frustrating but pleasing that we went behind and got back in the game. Then Izak (Reid) puts the penalty over the bar and that’s sort of summed up our day."