Warrington Town manager Mark Beesley says there are areas for his side to improve upon after they extended their unbeaten run to 12 matches with a goalless draw at Matlock Town.
Despite enjoying the best of the contest, the Yellows were unable to find a way past Gladiators goalkeeper Saul Deeney.
Jordan Buckley – brought on early in proceedings after an injury to captain Josh Amis – came closest to scoring for the visitors but was denied on two separate occasions by Deeney.
Speaking post-match, Beesley said: “We’ve had three clean sheets in a week, which is really pleasing.
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“I think we were the dominant team after the first 20 minutes, but we didn’t do enough to work their keeper.
“We probably weren’t at our best from set-pieces, so it’s something we need to work on.
“I said to the lads, it’s days like today where you’ve got to be really clinical and ruthless when you’re only getting one chance.
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“They put an extra centre-half on to get the point, so that tells you how the story went.
“From our point of view, we’ve got seven points in a week, which isn’t bad.”
Beesley confirmed after the game that Josh Amis’ early withdrawal at the Proctor Cars Stadium was due to a back spasm.
One player who didn’t feature on Saturday, Andy White, is expected to return for the Yellows’ league clash with Guiseley next weekend.
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