M&T AWBRIDGE extended their unbeaten run to six games when they shared a goal-less draw with league leaders Durley at Mannyngham Way last Saturday.

In a drab match the already-depleted visitors lost Leon Wheeler to a head injury early on, and manager Kev Mason was forced into the fray as sub with assistant Dean Todd to follow later!

Durley had the best chance to break the deadlock when a John Roberts foul brought them a penalty, but Richard Blake saved Sean Ridoutt's spot-kick.

The hosts' best spell came during the opening 20 minutes of the second half, but they only managed to carve out one real opportunity.

Then, Mike Hayward crossed from the right but Ian Clarke, arriving at the near post, shot over the bar.

Clarke might have won it at the death when a half-chance came his way, but he opted for power rather than placement and missed the target.

This Saturday afternoon M&T Awbridge face another tough game when they host local rivals Broughton at Mannyngham Way in the Trophyman League Cup.