Skiverton rues Monkhouse class
Sam Williams gave the Glovers a 33rd-minute lead, but they were forced into a second-half rearguard action and the equaliser arrived midway through the second half when Monkhouse turned in a cross at the far post. After the 1-1 draw in League One on Saturday, Skiverton said: "We seem to be scoring every week, but we are letting them in as well. "Fair play and credit to them for the way they came at us in the second half. They matched us up and Andy Monkhouse always seems to come good against us, and he did it again. "They had some joy down the sides of use when we started to tire a bit. But we saw the game out quite comfortably and the game petered out in the last 10, 15 minutes or so. "He (Williams) put himself about, he is always a handful and their centre half Collins is big and strong in the air and he stood up to him well."
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