After 20 minutes of the half, it appeared that Frome had weathered the initial storm, but as the game wore on, it became clear that fitness levels would come into play, and Bath had more and more of the game and started to exert a lot of pressure on the Frome defence, with Jon Crowley and Jamie Cheeseman outstanding yet again at the centre of the Frome defence. Team Bath pulled back a goal in the 74th minute as a left wing corner led to several goal bound headers in the Frome penalty area, and with two clearances off the line, the ball appeared to be eventually bundled over by Bath's Steve Abbott, but it's unclear whether the ball had crossed the line before this. Frome still looked dangerous on the counter attack, with Sim Allison and Sam Duggan both ending good runs with dangerous shots, and in the 84th minute Mark Salter climbed to a Lapham cross and headed just over the bar,but Bath looked dangerous every time they attacked as their fitness levels started to show through at the end of a frantic match. In the 85th minute, Bath equalised as a left wing cross led to a bout of head tennis on the edge of the Frome area , and the ball eventually fell to Mike Perrott who drilled the ball home from 15 yards. With Bath going for the winner, Frome doggedly hung on to win a replay at Twerton Park on Tuesday. Both teams should be applauded for an excellent cup tie, played in excellent spirit and full of good football and drama. Frome's Captain Jon Crowley was awarded the Man of the Match award on behalf of LR Baber Plant Hire, for another outstanding display at the heart of the Frome defence Roll on Tuesday night.