Institute striker Stephen O’Flynn conceded that he felt Friday’s score-draw at a bitterly cold Mourneview Park was a fair result.
The front man, who gave his side the lead from a well placed free-kick early in the second half, believed that over the 90 minutes Gary Hamilton’s side deserved something from the game.
The draw was Stute’s second in a row, which ended a recent poor run of form.
“We probably had the chances to win, but I also think they had chances so a draw was probably a fair reflection in the main,” he stated.
“We are obviously disappointed to have conceded late on but that’s two games unbeaten, so we’ll take the positives from it because a lot of people were writing us off.
“If we can be hard to beat and continue to create lots of chances and more importantly take those chances then we’ll be OK.
“On another night we could have scored four or five and it was probably a great game for the fans, as both sides went for it and had chances, but to be honest I felt overall a draw was a fair result.”