Disappointment was etched on Kyle Cameron’s face following the draw at The Hive Stadium, but he was yet to concede Notts County’s title hopes with seven games to go.

In what would be considered a fine point in seasons past, the Magpies lost further ground in this relentless title chase, with leaders Wrexham moving three points clear at the top of the National League standings.

Having missed the last two games through illness, the 26-year-old returned to the starting lineup to captain the team, with Aden Baldwin sidelined with a minor injury midweek.

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Notts was guilty of wasting several chances during a dominant first-half display, conceding the equalizer on a set piece during stoppage time to send them level at half-time.

And the Magpies captain was on hand to detail his delight at being back in the fold, but explained his disappointment at not being able to add another three points to the league total.

“It was good to be back today after missing a couple of games due to illness, we were looking to stamp our authority on the game and in the first half I think we started very well.

“It was a two-half match because I think we could have finished it off and dusted it off by the break.

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