IT certainly looked first half like it was one game too far for us and I dont know what was in the lads heads. Whether it was tiredness or whether we just thought we only had to turn up to beat them, we didnt look interested. We looked legless, effortless and lacking inspiration - whatever you want to call it. At half time we got stuck into them and they worked a lot harder second half and I think, had we got a goal, there was only one team going to win it from there. But there were countless opportunities that we didnt take, their goalkeeper had a great game and, in fairness to how hard they worked in both halves, Kempston probably deserved their luck in the end and sometimes you get that in football. It would have been nice had we been able to win it and, when you lose a game, you want to get the next game coming along quickly to get it out of your system. But we havent got another game, so thatll hurt now for a couple of days and once weve got it out of our heads, well realise what weve achieved this year has been phenomenal and well soon forget about that. The players will have a rest up and a break now for about seven weeks until the end of June - and then well come back fresh and excited about our next adventure. I presume its going to be the Southern League Division One Central that we go into, as theyve phoned us to come down and have a look at the facilities and Ill be surprised if its not. The league above will be quite a physical league, but then so is the UCL and there arent many teams that pass the ball around in the UCL. It wont be too dissimilar, but the teams will probably be a little bit more organised and one or two teams will have a bit more quality. But our quality was far and above the UCL and, hopefully, well be a match for anybody next season.