AFC Totton showed resilience to fight back and earn a point with a 1-1 draw against Wimborne Town, despite losing defender Ben Jefford to a red card late in the first half.

The home team began the first 45 minutes the more dangerous of the two. However, either side failed to show any quality in the final third.

The talking point of the first half came when Stags defender Jefford received a straight red card after lashing out at Wimborne’s forward Jez Bedford.

The away side capitalised on their man advantage early into the second half as Harry Baker slotted the ball into the net to put his side one up.

The home team displayed their quality when defender Luke Hallet headed home in the 72nd minute to snatch a point.

Elsewhere in Southern League Division One South, table-topping Sholing narrowly avoided back-to-back defeats.

Dave Diaper's Boatmen, who were beaten by Bideford on Saturday, needed an 89th-minute equaliser from Wayne Robinson to earn a 1-1 draw against Larkhall Athletic.

Rock-bottom Lymington Town picked up their first victory of the season, stunning play-off hopefuls Hamworthy United.

A late goal from Lewis Waterfield proved enough to secure a 1-0 victory.

Mid-table Bashley took the lead at Westbury United, only to lose 2-1 with Matthew Morris netting a second-half brace.