Ian Morris was left ruing what could have been on Friday night after watching his Shelbourne side concede a late equaliser to Cabinteely at Tolka Park. Karl Moore’s tap in following good play by Shane Farrell gave the home side the lead 11 minutes fIan Morris was left ruing what could have been on Friday night after watching his Shelbourne side concede a late equaliser to Cabinteely at Tolka Park. Karl Moore’s tap in following good play by Shane Farrell gave the home side the lead 11 minutes from time but Shane Barnes drew the visitors level in injury time. “It’s very frustrating,” Morris said after the game. “I think we should have won the game 1-0. We lost our shape and they get in and score in the 92nd minute. When you are wining 1-0, you see games out and that is what we have been doing for the past nine games. It’s a point gained but I think the manner of conceding in the 92nd and then missing a peno in the 94th, it’s a bitter one to take." The first half was a close affair with Robert Manley’s effort off the crossbar the closest either side came to breaking the deadlock. However, Cabinteely were on top for large spells of the second half and would have felt aggrieved had they left Drumcondra with nothing to show for their efforts. “I think Cabinteely played quite well tonight. I don’t think we were anywhere near where we have been or where we have been. I don’t think we passed the ball well enough, didn’t keep it well enough and we were lucky to go in front and we just weren’t brave enough to see it out” Morris continued. Shelbourne were throwing a lifeline when they were awarded a penalty for a handball with just second remaining. They couldn’t take it, however, with Conan Byrne looking on in despair as Stephen McGuinness produced a magnificent save to deny him from the spot. “That’s six penos we’ve missed this season and those penos put points on the board. They give you wins or turn losses into draws,” Morris concluded.