Player-manager happier with second half showingKevin Nolan was pleased with his side's second half response as they picked up a point on their travels at Carlisle United.
Orient went into the half-time break a goal down, but goals from Jay Simpson and substitute Ollie Palmer put them in front.
However, with six minutes to go the hosts levelled through Michael Raynes' header as both sides had to settle for a share of the spoils.
After a disappointing first half showing, Nolan was buoyed by the second 45 minutes, and though disappointed to concede so late on, admits he was pleased to come away with something from the encounter with Keith Curle's side.
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