SLOUGH Town keeper Jack Turner has spoken of his immense pride in the Rebels after their narrow defeat to Gillingham in the FA Cup on Sunday, writes Rob Stevens.

Slough suffered a 1-0 loss in the second round tie at Arbour Park as Darren Oldaker scored a wonder goal for the League One side.

Turner admits it is frustrating to be beaten by a goal like that, and he insists the Rebels did themselves justice against a team three leagues above them.

He told the Observer: "I'm immensely proud of everyone at the whole club, mainly the squad and management. I'm proud that we've done ourselves justice and, personally, I think there was only one team in it bar a worldie goal.

"I don't think we created too many open and clear chances, just half-chances and ricochets, but some things didn't fall for us.

"They had that one shot, it was a great finish and you holds your hands up. They had that one bit of magic but there's a lot to be proud of for us.

"It's always frustrating as a keeper to be beaten by a wonder strike and having nothing really else to do. It's one of them as a keeper.

"I'm proud that we were like that against a League One side. I shouldn't be feeling like this against a League One side so we should be proud.

"We knew that Gillingham would have a little spell with the ball but I don't think they hurt us. I was expecting more and I feel like we made them play the way they did.

"I don't think Gillingham had an off day, we made them have an off day.

"We got in their faces and the crowd were on them. They're used to the atmosphere but Arbour Park is a good place when it's rocking."

Turner continued: "It's disappointing to go out in the second round two years in a row, but this one feels a bit different. Last season it hurt but this time we've done ourselves justice.

"We weren't hear just to take part, it was a game we were serious about winning, and we were close to doing that or nicking a draw and taking them back to their place.

"This group of lads, we're humble and know what we need to do. We've done that this year away at some big teams.

"We've made games ugly and hard, plus we've played some good football and beaten some good teams."