Truro City striker Andy Watkins says the team are devastated after the stoppage-time equaliser that cost them a win at Bath City.
Watkins volleyed in what he thought was a last-minute winner, but there was still time left for Josh Low to level.
"I thought we'd won it, the lads were buzzing, but it was devastating to concede in the last minute," Watkins told
BBC Radio Cornwall.
"The lads are really down, but it's the story of our season really."
The draw left City still 15 points adrift at the foot of the Blue Square Bet South table and they seem destined for relegation after a season of financial problems.
"We're very disappointed that we didn't get the double over Bath, it would have been a great feeling," Watkins said.
"We know we're good enough, we've had so many games where we've conceded in the last minute.
"If we start keeping clean sheets we'll win games because we're always going to score goals," he added.