Reds Manager Danny Wilson caught up with the press after today's 1-1 draw at Yeovil Town.
"The first half, I felt we dominated it," said Wilson. "We should have had more goals to take in at half time.
"We played some very good football in large parts of the game. We created some chances but, unfortunately, they've had Chris Weale in goal who has pulled off some very good saves.
"The second half it's quite the opposite with Adam Davies pulling off some very good saves.
"It was a proverbial two halves. I'm delighted to come here and take something back with us.
"They've got five or six very big lads and we were under pressure. We knew exactly what their tactics would be, so we aimed to link a few balls out.
"It was maybe the lack of experience and you have to accept that. You can't have a go at them for that.
"When we look back at it, we'll look at it as a very good point for us.
"It's a big learning curve for them and when you come to places like Huish Park, it's not going to be pretty football all the time, you have to defend like men.
"They'll be a lot better for this experience and if it comes around again, we'll be a lot better for it."