Peterhead manager Jim McInally was impressed with his side’s improved performance but still disappointed they failed to beat Albion Rovers.
The Blue Toon drew 2-2 with Rovers at Balmoor having led 2-0 after an hour, securing them their first point in League One this season.
Boss McInally, who handed new signing Stefan McCluskey a debut off the bench, was happy at the improved showing from his team after some poor recent displays.
He said: “In the second half we had a control over the game.
“When we were two up we probably should’ve increased our lead.”
He added: “A draw was a fair result over the piece.
“They were better in the first half but we were definitely better in the second.”
After a disjointed first-half performance Peterhead led at half-time.
Ryan Baptie curled in a brilliant, low left-footed free-kick from just outside the box five minutes from the interval.
The lead doubled with Rory McAllister lashing home a six-yard volley after a mix-up in the visiting defence on the hour.
However, Albion struck back with a double from Ross Stewart in 63 and 74 minutes.
And despite the introduction of McCluskey it finished all square.
McInally was dismayed at the goals conceded.
“Their first came from a long free-kick and we’re caught on the break with players up the pitch for the second,” he said.