NPL WA: draw feels like loss for Mandurah City

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MANDURAH City and Inglewood United have taken a point each from a tightly contested 2-2 draw at Inglewood Stadium on Saturday.

The visitors held the lead twice, but allowed it to be erased both times by Brian Woodall’s second half brace.

With Mandurah still chasing their first win since their return to the state’s top flight, coach Doug Hesketh said the draw felt more like a loss for his side.

“I thought we played well for 90 minutes against last year’s runners-up, but it feels pretty hollow because we’ve gone bottom of the league table now,” he said.

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“The game at every level is all about mistakes.”

The result sees Inglewood wear their third 2-2 draw in five matches.