Bideford drew 1-1 at home to Corby Town in the Calor League on Saturday writes Liam Curtis.
Having taken the lead in their last three Premier Division matches, the Robins have had to settle for three consecutive draws.
They scored early on through a Saul Halpin header but were forced to battle hard and produce some stout defending to stay in the game.
Corby winger Nabil Sheriff had a stroke of luck when Biddy failed to be clear a corner and the ball deflected in off his shin for the equaliser.
It was the least the visitors deserved after open game at the Sports Ground.
Joyce said: "We're a group of young lads learning at a good level and a strong league, sometimes we really have to battle and fight in the game just to get a point.
"I'm disappointed. We could have had three based on how hard we worked but then again they didn't deserve to go home with out any points.
"In the future we have to learn how to adjust our team shape like the teams in this league do, because today Corby's style of play was better then ours.
"The equaliser was very disappointing, but then again it was no more than they deserved to tell you the truth. "After the first half hour they were the better team, we couldn't get the ball off them and weren't brave enough to keep it ourselves to make things happen.
"Every point in this league is so hard to grab. At times I will be upset with a draw at home but when you look at the whole 90 minutes, I'll take that."
Bideford, the only unbeaten team in the Premier Division, are at home again in the Calor League tomorrow when Chippenham Town are the visitors (7.45pm).