Bulls boss Mark Ward said his side should have taken all three points from promotion-chasers Ossett United, after their hosts found an injury-time leveller.
"I thought we did enough to win the game again," Ward said after the 1-1 draw at Ingfield, "we could have been 3-0 up at half-time.
"We scored a good goal, we created a one-on-one which Ollie (Fearon) usually takes and there was a clear penalty.
"In the second half it was our backs against the wall, but other than cross-shots and one sitter they missed, we limited them.
"It's a bitter pill to swallow but I'm proud again because the lads gave everything."
Ward had plenty of praise for his Bulls side, who came up against an experienced Ossett side with a wealth of choice on the bench: "We knew we were going to be up against it but that's what you're in the game for - crowds of 390-something here today, the quality of their squad, people like Andy Monkhouse with loads of League experience.
"You want to test yourself and the lads really stood up today and gave as good as they've got, again I'm proud but I'm just gutted that we didn't get all three points.
"I keep saying to the lads to keep believing, and slowly but surely I think you can see the confidence coming.
"Their work rate today, their togetherness and solidarity were just second to none."
Fans can watch the full post-match interview with Mark Ward on Bulls TV.