Here's the diplomatic reaction from the Yeovil camp having come back to snatch a draw against the Cherries at Huish Park. Town manager, Terry Skiverton, was quoted after the match as saying: "Paul Huntington was on a yellow card early in the second half when he got left one-on-one with Liam Feeney which is something we don't like to do. We know Feeney has been a handful all season and when you have got against him like that it was a problem. The penalty which soon followed was apparently according to the letter of the law. I have not seen that before with our player picking their lad up. Basically officials were saying he picked him up and dropped him down. In my opinion, it was a penalty if it was according to the rules. Our penalty was certainly handball. His (Harry Arter) hands were above his head and he jumped. That made it 2-1 and then a great delivery from a corner laid on the equaliser for Shaun MacDonald. For him to climb up and get that goal was brilliant".