The lads were all gutted on Tuesday night after the defeat, but we have to remember that we played against a very good and experienced team.
I thought for long periods of time we were in the game.
Early in the second half when the score was 2-1, Jacob Hazel had a great chance to level things up for us.
He should have probably scored and I feel it would have created a completely different outcome because goals change games.
Farsley showed us the calibre of player that we need to add to our current squad, but when we do get to Scarborough we will be in a better position to bring in the more experienced players that we need.
There is still a lot of football to be played this season and we will work hard on and off the field to make sure we achieve what we set out to do.
With no game this Saturday the players will be in training and preparing for the North Riding FA Senior Cup semi-final clash against Pickering on Tuesday.
On a personal note, I would like to thank all the supporters for their continued support this season, it means a lot to myself, my management team and the players.