Guy Hadland felt Barwell showed good character in their draw with Halesowen Town.

The Canaries fell behind in the second-half, but fought back to claim a point with Pearson Mwanyongo scoring his first goal for the club.




The Barwell no.2 admitted it had been a frustrating couple of games for the side- having been on a seven-match unbeaten run before the midweek defeat against Frickley Athletic- but saw positives from their trip to The Grove.

Hadland said: “In the last two games we’ve created a lot of chances and only scored twice, which is a little bit disappointing.
 
“We’ve been on a great run and have had a lull recently.

“It shows a lot of character to come here and pull a goal back after going behind.

“We just need to start converting more chances into goals”.

Source: Barwell FC


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