Wendron boss Michael O'Neill rued his sides missed chances in their league defeat to Penryn Athletic.

Speaking to the Packet he said:"It is devastating, we made really hard work this season of going behind but then working really hard to get back in front. We've seen every game through when we got back in front but that obviously wasn't the case."

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Wendron were behind but regained the lead through strikes from Charlie Young and Cameron Wheat. However, they failed to hold onto their advantage and lost at home for only the second time this season:

"Penryn dominated a lot in the centre of midfield and we didn't get close enough to them and that caused us a couple of issues on the break." O'Neill said. "I thought we still looked very dangerous going forward and I thought we could and perhaps should have scored a couple of goals in the first half but we only got the one but that is sometimes the way it goes.

"We came out firing at the beginning of the second half, managed to get ourselves in front and that's when I thought we were going to start to up the game and up the tempo and we didn't." He added.

Wendron have made a bright start to the season and sit fifth in the table with 19 points from their opening ten games. They will have the chance to get back to winning ways when they play away at Launceston on Saturday, October 9.

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