HEREFORD manager Josh Gowling feels aggrieved that midfielder Tom Owen-Evans will serve a one-match ban next Saturday.

The 23-year-old was sent off for two bookable offences against Gloucester City for Tuesday night.

While he is available for tomorrow's clash against Chorley he will miss the visit of Kettering Town the following week (November 28).

After watching the incidents back Gowling feels his player was harshly treated.

"We watched it back and to be honest he hasn't actually done anything," said Gowling.

"If you actually watch the clip back, the game back and from the angle we've seen he's not actually touched the lad at all.

"It's disappointing but you can't appeal it as it's two yellows (cards).

"That doesn't help. Some of the decisions in the game didn't help.

"His first yellow card wasn't a yellow so that didn't help which has cost him in getting sent off.

"It's decisions at the moment from certain individuals on the pitch have not really helped us."