HEREFORD RFC Head Coach Sean Lynn said that there was no positives to be taken from their 17-12 defeat at the hands of visitors Droitwich, who scored a late winning try.

The Wyesiders led twice in the match but failed to capitalise on their possession leaving the door open to a late attack from their visitors.

Hereford started well with Tom Starkey making ground deep into the Droitwich half, but ended when the last pass was knocked forward.

Mid-way through the half, a move involving Tom Ewins and Starkey ended with Leon Parsons racing 25 yards and beating the cover defence to dive over for the first try to give his side a 5-0 lead at the break.

Droitwich started the second half with a try and then from the restart intercepted a loose pass to make it 10-5.

Hereford regrouped and Hutcheson capitalised from a driving maul, followed by George Hillson's conversion to give them a narrow 12-10 lead.

That was until three minutes from full-time when a forward drive forced a try in the corner.

"I’m simply disappointed, we have to learn now that we must turn territory into points," said Lynn.

"Going in at half-time 5-0 up just wasn’t good enough, with the amount of territory and possession that we had first half.

"Full credit to Droitwich, below us in the league, but it goes to show they wanted the win more than we did.

"At the tail end a few calls went their way and they turned their possession and territory into points. There is nothing positive to take from this, losing at home where we should pick up points.

"I’m very disappointed with our attitude."