Cockburn lucky to draw with Subi
COCKBURN City was not good enough to stop a winless Subiaco from snatching its first point of the season over the weekend.
Cockburn was staring down the barrel of its sixth loss of the season after Subiaco opened the scoring with a penalty in the 9th minute.
It was only an Angel Andres special that saw the home team avoid defeat, instead finishing out the game with a 1-1 draw.
Cockburn coach Scott Millar said he was not happy with what he saw on the pitch.
“It was a horrible game to be honest, we were not at the races today,” he said.
“We had the worst thing happen to us when we gave them an early goal and then they just sat back and defended.
“I think we were good until we got into the final area, but they defended with 10 players so we had to deliver a good ball. But unfortunately our crossing, final pass and finishing wasn’t where we wanted it to be but at least we got away without a loss.”