Speaking on BBCi O'Driscoll is quoted as saying: "We out-passed, out-fought, out-tackled and out-thought them, but we didn't get the three points. We just didn't score the goals that we should have done. We should have had eight, and the game should have been over by half-time".
Meanwhile City boss Brian Tinnion praises striker Lee Miller saying that "He couldn't have done any more for the side. He was fantastic, won the flick-ons, tracked back and chased balls. That inspired the rest of the side".