Wendron United manager Jack Greenwood bemoaned his side's inability to put a run of results together, following their 2-0 defeat at home to Newquay on Saturday.

Besides a triple-header of victories over Sticker, Newquay and St Dennis in September, the Dron have followed up every other win this season with a defeat.

Two first-half goals from Jack Bray-Evans were enough for the Peppermints to take the three points at the Underlane on Saturday, but Greenwood was ruing his side's bad luck in conceding both of those goals.

"We had a penalty decision that didn't go our way and two slips from the goalkeeper and Scott [Palmer] and we conceded two goals from that, and that was about the only difference in the game, so that was a bit of a tough one to take," Greenwood said.

"The frustrating thing is we can't quite put a run together, Even a draw yesterday, what with St Blazey losing to Sticker, would have meant we could have gone in front of them. We just seem to be stuck in a little bit of a stop-start rut.

"When I look at the teams below us it is quite pleasing. You look at Liskeard, Wadebridge, Dobwalls, all those below us. We're not doing too bad really, but it's frustrating that we haven't quite pushed on with some of the games, but it's a little bit of inexperience as well."

An additional source of frustration to Greenwood is that, despite several weeks of postponed matches earlier in the season, his side have another blank weekend next week.

Wendron were due to visit Saltash United next Saturday but the fixture was brought forward to December when postponements and cup matches meant the teams were both without a game, meaning they will be without a game this weekend instead.

"We could do with another game again next week, you just want momentum," Greenwood said. "I thought the pitch might get a rest which was a positive but the seconds will play on it so even that isn't a bonus.

"The frustrating thing is we could just do with another game just to try and get some momentum and some sort of run together, but I'll go and watch the second team and that will be worthwhile, so that's a positive in it regardless."