Hereford manager Josh Gowling said that five individual errors cost his side as they fell to a 5-3 defeat at Chester, the Hereford Times report.

Two Tom Owen-Evans first half goals had put the Bulls into a commanding position before Declan Weeks’ rifled effort draw Chester 2-1 behind at the break.

However, in the second half the Bulls capitulated, with goalkeeper Paul White as fault for two early goals as Chester took the lead before running out victors.

“We were in control the whole game to be honest, they haven’t cut us open once and every single goal was an individual error,” said Gowling, talking to Keith Hall.

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