Late goal frustrates Shrimps
PADRAIG Amond said the Shrimps were devastated not to take the full three points against Dagenham on Saturday.
The summer signing, who scored for the second successive game, said: "To lose a goal like that is devastating for everyone and it felt like a defeat in the dressing room after the game I have to admit.
"We all wanted a fifth successive win and we thought we had done enough to get it but it wasn't to be and we have to make sure we don't let it effect us.
"It's gone now and we will look at things this week and aim to get back to our best at Northampton last week.
"There are things to work on and we all know we need to start games better because we can't keep giving sides head starts.''
Morecambe assistant boss Ken McKenna also voiced his disappointment at the end of the game.
He said: “When you are 2-1 up in injury time you expect to win games and we are all obviously disappointed not to have another points.
“You have to give Dagenham credit because it was an excellent goal but we had chances to be further ahead that we didn’t take and that was disappointing.
“We started slowly once again which was poor but after that we played some good stuff and had it not been for their keeper we could have had a few more.''