Owls boss, Gary Megson, was pleased with the 0-0 draw at Dean Court, citing it as a start for the Owls revival in League One.
Megson was quoted after the match as saying: "The Bournemouth people will point to the penalty and they were unfortunate with the strike, but we should have been 1-0 up after five minutes, and we had another chance after that. Although we came in at half-time drawing, we were disappointed we weren’t leading. In the second half their keeper had to make a lot more saves than Nicky Weaver. There aren’t too many clubs who will come here and get something. The clean sheet is better, the attitude was better. The honesty was there for everyone to see. Our people who came all this way will have been pleased with the commitment. Some of the chances we had, you’d expect us to be scoring. It’s a bit late in the season, but it’s a starting point. We’re not going to get carried away and say we’ve turned the corner. But it’s much better".