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Scotland striker Jane Ross has expressed her disappointment at the 2-2 draw with Wales but knows that there are many more games still to come.
Thursday's draw with Wales was Scotland's second qualifying match as they aim to qualify for the UEFA Women's Championships in Sweden in 2013.
"Obviously it is disappointing that we weren't able to get a win but at the end of the day we came back twice from behind," Jane told www.scottishfa.co.uk. "The whole team showed a lot of courage and determination to get back into the game.
"We maybe deserved the three points overall, and could have won it at the death, but we know that there are more games to play in this campaign.
"I didn't really get as many opportunities in front of goal as I'd have liked - maybe two or three - but I was pleased with my goal. However, it's the team performance that counts."
Jane's goal takes her tally to two in two matches with the front pairing of her and Jennifer Beattie having already contributed four of the eight goals Scotland have scored and Jane is keen to praise the contribution of her strike partner.
"It's great playing up front with Jennifer and I really enjoying playing alongside her. I think we link up really well and we are able to read each other's game so I think that's helped a lot. As well as that we've been scoring goals."
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