DeAth reacted quickest to smash in a rebound after a Scott Sinclair shot had thumped against the bar to secure a 1-1 draw against Frome Town at ProEdge Westwood Road.There is no way we deserved to lose, admitted manager Ricky Marheineke. And thankfully Charlie came up with a late goal to make sure that didnt happen.Neither side created a lot of chances and it was disappointing to concede from a set piece again, but we got level and it adds an important point to our tally.We made some positive changes in the second half as we knew we needed a result. It paid off for us in this game whereas in others it might not and well end up losing more heavily.It is easy for supporters to turn on a team when things arent going well, but they stuck with us and gave us great encouragement.Saints had fallen behind seven minutes before the break in a game of few chances. Frome man Connor Roberts forced the ball past returning Saints keeper Ollie Sutton, who has rejoined from Bedford Town, following a corner. Sutton replaced the suspended Tim Trebes, who was dismissed in a defeat at Kings Langley the previous Saturday.Saints remain outside the relegation zone on goal difference. They sit level on points with a Cirencester side, who are in the bottom four, and a Hayes & Yeading outfit they travel to face on Tuesday night.Marheineke added: You only have to look at the league table to see that Tuesday is a big game for both clubs.Its not quite a must-win, but it is one we cant afford to lose and well go into it with a bit off momentum and confidence after getting the draw against Frome.Its a gradual process of needing to turn losses into draws, and draws into wins and well climb the table if we can do that.