Bishop's Stortford 2-2 Wealdstone
Gordon Bartlett admitted there was a 'tinge of disappointment' after Wealdstone drew 2-2 at Bishop's Stortford on Tuesday night.
The Stones boss saw his side concede late on for the second game in a row as they had to settle for a share of the spoils in Essex.
That came three days after their Conference South opener when opponents Eastbourne Borough grabbed a last-gasp equaliser.
Bartlett said: "While I'm pleased that we are still unbeaten there is a tinge of disappointment because we have been ahead in both games until late on.
"We are probably a bit naive. Unfortunately mistakes at this level are going to get punished, whereas in the Ryman you might have got away with it. It's a learning curve for us.
"We need to play with a bit more tempo, and that will come from belief and confidence. We want to show people what Wealdstone can do, but we are also here to enjoy it."
Stones, who were unchanged, made a strong start but they fell behind midway through the first half when Anthony Church latched on to a sliced clearance from Jack Mills and looped his 20 yard effort into the top corner.
The visitors were under pressure but equalised in first half stoppage time when Mills curled home a 25-yard free kick.
Wealdstone came out a different side after the break and went in front when Mills linked up with Scott McGleish whose cross was perfect for Jonny Wright to head into the net.
But similar to Saturday, Wealdstone found themselves dropping further and further back and nine minutes from time, Mikel Suarez blasted home from close range to give the hosts a share of the points.