"I am really frustrated at the moment because we have dropped points again, although it could have been nothing," said Jackson.
"We played okay for the first 25 minutes and took the lead, but then they scored and caused us more problems.
"In the second half we didn't turn up. They deserved to be 3-1 up, and it could have been 4-2. We got it back to 3-2 and then the board went up saying there was still five minutes to play, and Frecklington scored right at the death.
"The referee was getting some stick but I thought they were both penalties. The first one was a penalty, and the second one was a push in the back. Really we got what we deserved."