LUCTONIANS head coach Ryan Watkins was left frustrated after watching Otley come from 12 points down to take a 20-15 win over his side.

Watkins' side had looked on route to a second league win of the season after tries from Frank Kelly and Ollie Allsopp gave them a 15-3 lead against the conditions.

However, Otley came back fighting and a yellow card for Conor Turner for team infringements gave them a boost.

Fred Watson crossed the whitewash for his side's first try before seven minute later Brett Mitchell was driven over to pull his back into the match.

Luctonians looked to secure the victory but were caught in possession with Paul Petchey capitalising on a loose ball to run home Otley's winning try.

"It was frustrating after taking a big lead against the conditions in the first half," said Watkins.

"We managed the first half really well, we defended really well and our kicking game was really accurate, we caused them a lot of issues.

"We went away from that in the second half and lost our focus which lost us the match.

"We haven't had a win in a while and it was nice not to lose at Hull the week before.

"Once we were in that lead they came back and we weren't sure what to do.

"We haven't been in that position for a while and we lost focus with some silly errors.

"It was a clear change in what we were doing from the first half to the second which was a pity."

"For the first try we were under a lot of pressure and then when we went down to 14 they scored.

"We then had an opportunity to keep them out and pinned them inside their 22.

"However, we let them off and they ran the length of the pitch to score.

"The boys need to look at themselves as we lost focus and let them off.

"We've got to be really frustrated as we have let a team off the hook there due to not being used to being in that position.

"We had a decent lead with 30 minutes to go but weren't sure what to do."

Luctonians head to fourth place Sedgley Park this weekend, who have won four of their six matches.

They will be without influential full-back Josh Watkins who is due to be out until after Christmas after rupturing a tendon in his finger.

"We have got a relatively strong squad but have lost one or two," added Watkins.

"Josh (Watkins) will be out for a couple of months but we are looking at getting Drew Cheshire back soon.

"The boys are getting better all the time and we are getting in positions to win games."