Dean Bowditch, who stepped off the bench after long-term injury, then struck only four minutes after coming on when he bent a superb shot into the far corner before Joe Jacobson's well-taken goal with four minutes left gave the visitors hope.
Turner said: "I thought our second-half performance, particularly when we went 3-1 down, showed a lot of character.
"To concede the opening goal like we did was a disastrous start as we had been looking to press them higher up the pitch and straight away our game-plan goes out of the window.
"We then got ourselves back into the game in the second half and gave it a real go.
"When they scored their third goal I thought we were having a spell where we were right on top and looked more likely to score.
"With the number of set-pieces and crosses we were putting into the box, I felt we should have got on the end of some of those and we should have done better.
"But we kept going even when we went 3-1 down and credit to the players for really working hard at that stage."
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