Brigg manager Lee Thompson “Was pleased with a point but too be fair, it could have been three. I’ve said it all season we know what we can do and proved again nothing in the teams.
“We started the better side and again found ourselves again two-one down at half-time but couldn’t go in at half-time ranting and raving as apart from a couple of mistakes the lads did what we asked.
“We didn’t change too much for the second half, just tinkered a little and the lads got what we knew they could and deserved at least a point.”
Whilst Lee Danysz, Rossington Main manager added, “Today showed why we are looking at fighting for an FA Cup place rather than moving forward and looking to get in the playoffs.
“We dominated the first half and should have been out of sight, they scored in the last few seconds of the half and we went in 2-1 up rather than being 3 or 4 up. The second half, the only performance worse than ours was the referee and his officials. I’ve never seen a more one sided performance, biased performance than I did today.
“I questioned the referee today and he said that he “was very good”. I’m sorry but I’ve been involved in football a long time and that WAS the worst officiating I’ve ever witnessed. Brigg deserved their point but we should have been out of sight.”