Saturday March 26th  2016 St Neots Town Away Saturday 26th March 2016 Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division St Neots Town 2 Frome Town 2 Frome Scorers: Jefferies (21), Page (67) St Neots Scorers: Gordon (5), (64) Crowd: 262 Star Man: Darren Jefferies Entertainment Value: 4/5 Frome Town’s excellent run of form continued as they twice came from behind to earn a 2-2 draw at St Neots Town thanks to goals from Darren Jefferies and Mitchell Page which cancelled out two goals from home striker Remy Gordon. These two sides only met ten days ago at the Blindman’s Brewery Stadium, and in that game, St Neots came back from a 2-0 deficit, only to lose the game in the final few minutes as Sam Teale headed home a corner. The match started in blustery, dry conditions with no sign of the predicted heavy rain, and after an even few minutes, the hosts took the lead in the 5th minute as Remy Gordon tucked the ball into the corner of the net from the edge of the box as Frome were slow to clear their lines. Frome seemed slow to get going after this setback, and Darren Chitty was called into action twice to deny Drew Roberts in the first quarter, the first time saving a low shot with his feet and the second time tipping a swinging corner onto the bar. However, Frome did get going after this and they equalised in the 21st minute as a ball down the right from George Miller was just caught by Darren Jefferies who then left his full back floundering in his wake, drove into the penalty area and smashed the ball into the top corner for a superb individual goal. Jefferies again showed his class in the 33rd as he again went past his marker and hit  a dangerous low cross into the area which came to nothing, and shortly after Kris Miller went close with blocked shot after a good exchange with Mitchell Page. Frome were definitely in the ascendancy as half time approached and both Rob Hobbs and Connor Roberts had chances to shoot, with a deflection frustrating the former and inaccuracy frustrating the latter. The second half started with Frome dominating possession and territory but failing to create clear cut chances, and after Sam Teale had tested Alex Archer from distance, completely against the run of play, the hosts took the lead in the 61st as Gordon scored his second of the match, driving home from the edge of the area after a quick break had set up the chance. However, the lead only lasted four minutes and Frome made it 2-2 as Roberts set Jon Davies free on the left and a super run and perfect cross found the head of the unmarked Page who headed home with relative ease. With both side going for the winner, St Neots left back Brett Longdon went on a strong run that ended with Roberts just deflecting his shot past the far post, a Jon Davies run was just frustrated by two St Neots defenders and with five minutes left, Chitty pulled off the save of the match to get down quickly to deny Drew Roberts a late winner. The draw means that Frome have now lost just one game in the last twelve matches, they look comfortably clear of relegation as they now sit in 17th position, ten points above the drop zone, and they have the chance on Easter Monday to gain revenge on the only side to have beaten them in that run, as Paulton Rovers visit the Blindman’s Brewery Stadium. Darren Jefferies  was awarded the  H&B Tyres Man of the Match Award. Frome Town St Neots Town Officials N Smith C Reason D O’Sullivan Match Sponsor xxx Ball Sponsor xx Programme Sponsor xx