HEREFORD wing-back Jack Evans says that his side need to ‘look at themselves’ before blaming the match officials. 

The Bulls had a Ryan Lloyd goal controversially disallowed for off-side and a penalty decision overturned by referee Liam Corbett during a 2-2 draw against Brackley Town on Monday. 

“I was buzzing for (Ryan) Lloyd today and it should have been three (goals), it wasn’t off-side but it is what it is," said Evans after the draw. 

“It’s done now, we’ve got to take responsibility and look at ourselves before we pin blame on anybody else, 

“I was frustrated with a few of the decisions, but I am every week and that’s just what it is in this league. We can’t rely up on decisions, we’ve got to dictate, rely upon ourselves and dictate (play).  

Hereford took a point against Brackley following a 2-0 defeat at Leamington on Good Friday. They head to Peterborough Sports on Saturday sitting six points above the bottom four with three matches to play. 

“It’s a good point against a team (Brackley) that are up there and something we can build on going into the last three matches,” added Evans.