BIDEFORD captain Harvey Brown was disappointed his side didn't make the best of their opportunities in the game against Truro, which they lost 13-3. We must have been in Truro's half for two-thirds of the game, but they played it tight and we couldn't br

BIDEFORD captain Harvey Brown was disappointed his side didn't make the best of their opportunities in the game against Truro, which they lost 13-3."We must have been in Truro's half for two-thirds of the game, but they played it tight and we couldn't break them down," said Brown.Playing 30 minutes a man short due to three sin-binning probably didn't help Bideford's cause either.Bideford had problems getting their hands on clean ball as Truro disrupted the home side's first-phase possession pretty effectively.Truro took the lead with a Dan Dunkin penalty. Bideford levelled with a similar strike from Mark Slee.The only try of the game came when Truro played some hit-and-run rugby to set up a ruck near the home line. Prop Chiz Gilbert was shoved over by David Moyle.Dunkin hit the conversion and later added a penalty.