GROVE head coach Craig Burrows was left frustrated despite his side’s derby victory over Wallingford.

Burrows said: “It was five points at the end of the day, but compared to what we are trying to do, we let ourselves down, especially with our discipline.

“The main thing was that we won, but there are stiffer tests to come.

“In the first half, our set-pieces were great.

“We scored after half-time, but then we didn’t need to get involved in a scrap, which was obviously what they wanted to do.

“We let them back into it.

“You can’t afford to play the top teams in this league with players down. We need 15 on the park.”

Wallingford joint coach Stuart Mount said: “The team we put out today was a little bit of a scratch side, but we are not going to make excuses. They put in a pretty decent performance.

“We didn’t take a step back and battled hard.”

Fellow coach Henry Pooler added: “We are not that disappointed. We came back well in the second half.”