TIM Sills reckons Wimborne will have to get used to sides sitting back at New Cuthbury after seeing his side unable to turn dominance into victory against Exmouth Town.

Magpies enjoyed the lion share of possession in Tuesday night’s draw with Exmouth, keeping their guests’ goal under siege throughout the second half.

The away side had actually taken the lead through Ace High, before Magpies full-back Sam Jackson smashed home an equaliser with 20 minutes remaining.

Speaking to the Daily Echo after the encounter, Sills shared: “It was pretty much one way for 90 per cent of it.

“I think we're going to have to get used to that a little bit with certain teams, who might come here and try and just frustrate us and not really play a lot of football or show much ambition.

“They're always looking for that one chance, which we've got to start snuffing out and not giving teams a sniff really, especially at home where we've dominated so much of the game.

“So it's important for us to negate those goals against and then that'll give us a platform then to build on.

“I thought we controlled the game very well throughout, just needed to probably be a bit more penetrative in the final third.”

Whilst no manager appreciates conceding a goal, Exmouth’s opener was a fine move, a quickly worked corner that ended with a diving header from striker High.

“It's just that slight lack of concentration,” Sills restarted.

“We didn't quite set up as quickly as we would have liked to and you don't get out there quickly enough to stop the cross.

“The header was a fantastic header to be fair to him.

“And that's what they're looking for, they're just looking for that one sniff and hoping to take it and fair play to them, they did.”

Sills was serving the second of a two-match touchline ban, although he was not too far away from the action.

He arguably had the best seat in the house, watching on from a camera gantry above the two dugouts.

Asked if he was likely to take in other matches this season from upon high, Sills replied: “I don't think so.

“It wasn't a bad way to watch it in some ways.

“I prefer being in the dugout and being a bit closer to it.

“But I think for me it was good to have a different kind of view on it and it might be something we look at a couple of times during the season.

“It's a bit more enforced than anything, it's interesting practice in case it happens again.”