Saturday April 7th  2012 Leamington Home Saturday April 7th 2012 Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Frome Town 0 Leamington 0 Crowd: 314 Star Man: Matt Smith Entertainment Value: 3 Frome Town edged ever closer to Premier League safety with an excellent point in a goalless draw against play off contenders Leamington. After a slow start,  a Chris Allen free kick in the 20th minute was headed on by Ryan Bennett, and after a touch by Matt Smith, the ball sat up invitingly for Sam Allison at close range, but he was a little hesitant and Lewis Feeny reacted well to fall on the loose ball. Darren Chitty was brought into action for the first time in the 33rd minute as he saved a sharp low header from Mike Tuohy, and a minute later Smith broke on the right for Frome, only for his right foot drive to nestle in the side netting of the visitors goal. Smith and Dean Evans combined well in the 42nd minute to allow Evans to shoot into Feeny's body, and a minute later, Chitty showed his handling skills as he held on to a stinging volley from Lee Chitton. As half time approached, the game entered a lively phase and Alex Lapham went very close with a low shot that Feeny did very well to get to and then showed a good deal of bravery to pick the ball out of some flying feet. The second half saw Evans volley onto the roof of the Leamington net in the 51st minute, but then a few minutes later the visitors went close as a header from a corner shaved the outside of the Frome post. Leamington were awarded a penalty in the 62nd minute as Dean Flockton was adjudged to have handled a stinging volley but Lee Steele managed to blast the ball clean over the top of Frome's newly erected stand. The match then ebbed and flowed with Frome's best chance in the 77th minute as they were awarded an indirect free kick on the 6 yard line after a backpass, but the Leamington defensive wall did it's job and the chance went. Leamington probably looked the more likely side to grab the winner as the match moved towards full time, with more possession in the Frome half, but on the other hand, Frome always looked dangerous on the counter attack, so the outcome of the match was always in doubt until the final whistle, but at the final analysis, a draw was probably a fair result. Matt Smith was chosen as Frome's man of the  match by representatives of the Blindman's Brewery who had sponsored the match.     Frome Town Leamington Lewis Feeney James Mace Steve Morley Neil Barnfield Jamie Hood Liam Daly Mike Tuohy Craig Owen Alex Taylor Lee Steele Lee Chitton Dave Kolodynski Ian King Jamie Sheldon Jamie O’Neil Lee Williams Officials A Matthews J Bishop S Woodley Match Photos Photos of this match taken by our expert photographer Chas Hadfield can be viewed by clicking on this rectangle Match Sponsor Blindmans’ Brewery Ball Sponsor Clive Lewis