Nkata believes the Dockers could have carried the day had they converted the wasted chances.
"We defended well and set up moves from behind but ended up firing blanks upfront. We created three clear chances which we failed to convert the chances."
The Ugandan born coach once again expressed reservation on the congested fixtures which is causing fatigue to the players.
"We have played against Sony Sugar in the return leg barely few days after beating them in the first leg match last Friday and we are scheduled to travel by road on Thursday, August 3, 2017, for Sunday's away league match against AFC Leopards.
"We hardly have adequate time for rest and fatigue is taking its toll on the players."
Bandari are placed seventh position on the 18 team Kenya Premier League log with 26 points from 18 matches.
The Dockers are scheduled to face Sony Sugar in GOtv Shield quarter-finals on August 19.