CORSHAM Town notched up a second 1-1 draw in five days as they were held at Roman Glass St George last night.
Jackson Hamilton found the net in his first start for Trevor Rawlings' men but it was only enough to earn the visitors a point on Roman Glass' artificial pitch.
"The second-half was a bit of a non-event for us - we didn't turn up at all," said Corsham manager Rawlings.
"I think that we were tired from the heavy pitch on Saturday (against Welton Rovers) and we were just booting it, rather than playing our football, which was disappointing.
"But we got a point, which keeps the run going - we've only lost one in the last ten in the league."
Corsham host county rivals Warminster Town next weekend.
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