Welling United boss Tony Reynolds felt Saturday's 1-1 draw away to Hednesford on the Dr Martens Premier League was two points dropped.

A poor back pass gave Hednesford the lead which United later canclled out with a great goal from Anthony Hogg.

Reynolds said: "It was a game we should have won comfortably. Early on we didn't take our chances and we were then punished in their first attack.

"It was a bad back pass. It was a disappointing goal to give away, but we showed a lot of character to come back and get on level terms. But a point away from home is never a disappointment even though it should have been three.

With any quality of football at a premium on a mud-bath pitch, it was not surprising it was not until the 40th minute, when Neil Davis took advantage of Russell Edwards' poor pass to lob the ball over Glen Knight that the deadlock was broken.

Four minutes after the break, the Wings netted a deserved equaliser when Hogg celebrated his return to the side with a fiercely-hit 20-yard shot.

Reynolds added: "We want to push on and finish the season as high as possible. We have to fight and make sure we get the points.

"The top-six is not beyond us as there's hardly any points difference in the teams above, but we must capitalise on games like on Saturday when we were on top.

"Additonally, we're playing a lot of games and have a small squad, so we don't need any more games postponed."

Welling travelled to Bath City on Tuesday and host mid-table Chelmsford City at Park View Road on Saturday.

Due to floodlight removal in connection with the building of the new stand, the kick-off for this match has been brought forward to 2.30pm.