Don't look too closely at the picture above there are some big flaws in it, just a quick thought at half-time. Four pictures taken and then (very roughly) glued together.
Exeter City were boosted by the return of Jamie Cureton, secured on-loan until the end of the season after his Orient move didn't work out. We could certainly use some goals from him before May and he came close, hitting the crossbar for what would have been the first goal. In the end it was Richard Logan who broke the deadlock with a lesson in persistance and a lucky bounce or two that he took full advantage of.
The second half saw a Stevenage equaliser and they could have had a second a minute later. Paul Tisdale made some good substitutions and at the death it looked more likely that Exeter would win the game but a draw it remained. The point was a decent one for City, Stevenage being in the promotion play-off spots before the game, but it does leave us a point from safety.
It's going to be an interesting end to the season. Here's hoping it isn't too interesting.
I'm a middle aged man, a Baptist Minister, and more to the point an evangelical Christian. I have a great family, the best wife, an interest in music (mainly the sort of things that a middle aged man should like) and media in general. I like my sport and hardly ever play any. Will watch Test matches very happily and have a love of football, Exeter City are my club of choice.