Rothes manager Ross Jack felt his side had squandered two points after being held to a 1-1 draw by Forres Mechanics.
Lee Fraser headed Forres in front from an Allan Macphee cross six minutes before the interval but Rothes levelled in the 77th minute when Craig Cormack slotted beyond Stuart Knight.
There was a six minute pause in proceedings before the Rothes equaliser when the referee was forced to stop the game due to floodlight failure.
Rothes boss Jack said: “After the game, I thought a draw was a fair result.
“But on reflection and after talking to the boys, we felt it was two points dropped.
“There wasn’t a lot of football played due to the state of the pitch.
“But we were well on top in the second half.
“When the lights went out, it knocked us out of the stride a bit.
“We got back into it and had a couple of opportunities to win it.
“We felt it was two points dropped.”
Forres boss Charlie Rowley, whose side are unbeaten in five league games, felt there was little between the teams.
He said: “It was a pretty even contest.
“The pitch wasn’t really conducive to the way we wanted to play.
“I felt the draw was probably a fair result as we probably edged the first half and they edged the second.
“There were very few clear-cut chances throughout the game.
“Defences were on top but I was reasonably pleased with the point.
“We would have liked to have played better but the conditions were difficult.
“It is not a bad result and keeps our unbeaten run going.”