'Don't panic,' says Falmouth Town boss Alan Carey after Tavistock defeat
His side looked to be cruising to victory as they went 2-0 up inside the opening ten minutes. However, some defensive errors allowed Tavistock to get back on terms.
And despite Falmouth taking the lead again before half-time, Tavistock scored two goals from corners in the second half to take the match.
Speaking about the game, Carey, said: "I felt we were a bit unlucky, but we have got to defend better than that. We have got caught out at three set-pieces and given away some silly goals. The players were a bit young and naive and Tavistock have punished us for that.
"I will not be pressing the panic button though," added Carey. "There is a long way to go and as I keep saying we have got a young side, they are learning. Unfortunately at this level you have got to learn fast, but I'm not going to be pressing the panic button and looking to bring in other players."