Windsor & Eton 0   Frome Town 0 Crowd: 153 Man of the Match: Michael Reaney Match Reporter: Ray Pearce Frome Town produced one of the their best performances to date as they held unbeaten league leaders Windor and Eton to a goalless draw on a windswept and very wet afternoon, extending their unbeaten league run to nine matches under Darren Perrin. With Mike Reaney currently making the right back slot his own, Darren Perrin decided to play the returning Matt Peters alongside Alex Lapham in midfield, thus adding bite and experience to an area that would prove to be important on the day. Greg Lake returned to the side at left back in place of the injured Craig Fullam, but the rest of the squad was the same as for the match against Bishop’s Cleeve in midweek. All of the excellent number of Frome supporters who travelled to league leaders Windsor & Eton knew it was going to be a tough encounter with their hosts currently unbeaten in the league all season. After early raids by the home side, Frome's first chance fell to Luke Ballinger on 15 minutes but his tame shot was easily held. A fine cross from the right on 28 minutes saw Mark Salter's shot turned against the post by Bullivant in the home goal, and the shot bounced away to safety. Any attacking free-kicks and corners were not met well by the visiting side and Windsor's midfield began to create opportunities with Frome's keeper Dafyyd Jones excelling on 38 minutes to turn over a fierce 25 yard drive and then Mike Reaney soon produced a flying header to deny a lurking Windsor forward. On the stroke of half-time Matt Peters made a fine run through the home defence but shot wide while Jones kept Windsor to 0-0 with a good save as the half-time whistle blew. Frome were slow to get into gear in the second half with Jones again blocking well but the pressure continued to mount from a side that had scored in every home league game this season.  Shots and crosses were cleared upfield but Windsor were soon back in the Frome half as the rain increased.  Further anxious moments followed as Frome stubbornly kept their opponents out with the final chance in the 7th minute of injury time as an alert Jones once again thwarted a home attack. Frome's first clean sheet of the season and a fine point from such a difficult fixture. The players were applauded for their efforts and they rightly thanked the Frome Faithful for their support. Michael Reaney was chosen as Man of the Match for a hugely impressive display in defence. Frome Town Players Dafyyd Jones Mike Reaney Greg Lake Callum Henry Jamie Cheeseman Matt Peters Alex Lapham Luke Ballinger (80) Mark Salter (90) Ricky Hulbert (73) Ben Thomson Iain Carr (90) Simon Millard (80) D Thompson (73) Mike Kilgour Joe Gomes  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 Windsor & Eton  Players Rob Bullivant Andrew Fagan Ryan Parsons Ryan Wharton Steve Butler Matt Seedel Bruce Wilson Jake Parsons Victor Osubu Gavin Smith Scott Thomas M Richardson Steve Dell Adam Dickens Matt Mooney *  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 Frome Town Management Darren Perrin Derek Graham Mike Clarke Shaun Baker Mike Kilgour   M A P K C Match Officials D Gregory R Burton C Smith   R A A Zamaretto League Match Reports Abingdon (H) AFC Totton (A) Mangotsfield Utd (A) Thatcham Town (H) VTFC (A) North Leigh (H) Andover (A) Bracknell (A) AFC Hayes (H) Bridgwater (A) Cirencester (H) Andover (H) Bishops Cleeve (H) Windsor & Eton (A) Uxbridge (A) Yate Town (H) Hungerford Town (A) Cinderford Town (H) Gosport Borough (A) Bedfont Green (A) Paulton Rovers (H) AFC Hayes (A) Bracknell Town (H) Uxbridge (H) Cirencester (A) Taunton Town (A) Bridgwater (H) Windsor&Eton (H) Abingdon (A) AFC Totton (H) North Leigh (A) Thatcham Town (A) VTFC (H) Mangotsfield (H) Bedfont Green (H) Bishops Cleeve (A) Paulton Rovers (A) Cinderford (A) Hungerford Town (H) Taunton Town (H) Yate Town (A) Gosport Borough (H) FA Cup  Hamworthy (A) FA Trophy Chippenham (A) Red Insure Cup Clevedon Town (A) Som Prem Cup Weston s Mare (H) Bridgwater (H) Frome Town’s Barmy Army “They’re a good side, you know.....” Dafyyd plays a blinder again Greg Lake returns to the side “It’s  quarter to four, mate.....”