MARK Wright said the blustery conditions on Tuesday night posed a real problem for Chester.
'They spoilt what could have been a decent game,' he said.
'When the wind is whipping round like it was, you have to fire some shots in to cause problems and Hereford did that better than us and really tested John Danby.
'He did really well to save a couple of their efforts and he is playing really well indeed at the moment.
'They deserved something out of the game but the goal was clearly offside. Williams was standing two yards offside when the ball came to him and he flicked it on.
'How the linesman can't see that from his position is beyond me.
'Hereford are a good football side and they do the right things but in five games we have conceded only two goals so, defensively, we are big and strong and at the races, but we could do with a little bit more in midfield and some width.
'If we get a big man up front too then Simon Yeo will get more goals. It was a shame Chris Holroyd didn't score today when he beat their defence, but Wayne Brown is one of the best keepers in this league. If it had been any other keeper he may have scored but a draw was a fair result.'
Hereford boss Graham Turner felt fate was against Hereford.
'I was disappointed as we played extremely well,' he said. 'When we hit the bar and Danby saved off the floor I thought it was not going to be our night and we did well to get a point out of it.'