NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Bream bags leveller as Eynesbury draw with fellow top-six contenders
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Eynesbury Rovers shared the spoils with a set of top-six rivals last Saturday.
Mark Ducket’s men drew 1-1 at Harborough Town in the United Counties League Premier Division.
They fell behind after James Ducket conceded a seventh-minute penalty, but he twice came within a whisker of making amends when heading just over and shooting inches wide at the other end.
Rovers eventually levelled just before the half-hour through Hayden Bream before Craig Smith was denied by home goalkeeper Glen Giles.
A raised flag denied Harborough a second goal on the hour while Smith went closest to earning victory for Eynesbury.
He was again thwarted by Giles from close range after being picked out by a late cross from substitute Nathan Westley.
Rovers go to title-chasing Deeping tomorrow night (Tuesday) before back-to-back games against bottom-six sides.
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They entertain Peterborough Northern Star this Saturday and then go to Leicester team St Andrews for a re-arranged clash on Tuesday after the original fixture last month was abandoned due to an injury to the home goalkeeper.