Barum went down 2-0 at home to Bristol Manor Farm thanks to goals in either half from Dean Stamp and Ben Bament.
“With the ball we do really well but it’s the same old story. We’re got to make as few mistakes as we can, hope other teams start making mistakes and that we can capitalise on that.”
Darch said individual errors cost Town dearly once again.
“We understand it’s a learning curve as a lot of these players are new to this league, but they’ve got to start learning quickly. The ability is there, but the top teams concentrate for 90 minutes, they don’t make mistakes against us.”
Last time out, Didcot played out a 3-3 draw at Manor Farm, and are currently 10 in the table, one of four teams that are on 23 points.