PETERSFIELD Town chairman Graeme Moir bemoaned his side’s luck with refereeing decisions following their 6-0 defeat at league leaders Royston Town on Saturday.
The turning point of the game came during the latter stages of the first half when Harry Giles was shown a straight red card.
Moir explained: “It simply wasn’t a red card – from where I was stood Harry has taken the ball before their player has fallen over his sliding tackle. The Royston man was still 30 yards from goal and wide out on the left but the referee deemed this to be a ‘clear goalscoring opportunity’. Bad decisions are making life much harder for us.”