BRADFORD Town concluded a winless February on Saturday when holding Toolstation Premier League mid-table rivals Odd Down to a goalless draw at Trowbridge Road.

Wayne Thorne’s side are now without a win in three matches and have dropped to eighth in the division, some 22 points shy of division leaders Willand Rovers.

A series of chances on Saturday weren’t converted, and the Bath-based hosts consequently left Wiltshire with a point to their name.

The game started brightly for Thorne’s side - Lewis Powell threatened from kick-off as he saw his deflected shot comfortably gathered by the visitors’ goalkeeper.

Matt Morris was next to threaten, his run from behind resulted in a trying chance at a tight angle – but it was comfortable saved.

Powell had another chance to score in the opening exchanges after Charlie Maddison’s positive run on the wing granted him the opportunity to shoot, but his effort went wide.

The hosts then had a penalty appeal turned down after Odd Down’s goalkeeper rushed into Powell, sending him crashing to the floor.

Such was the outrage at the decision, Bobcats’ assistant boss Maddison was officially warned by the referee for outspoken words.

An eventful first 45 concluded without a goal being scored, and Bradford were quickly rocked at the start of the second half when Lee Davidson was shown a straight red card.

Davidson’s sending off prompted Jamie Lyon’s to switch to centre half from the midfield.

All wasn’t lost however as Odd Down then watched Gould receive a red card of his own.

Playing 10 against 10, Matt Morris then crashed a shot into the side netting before Odd Down hit the post from a free kick.

Morris was granted the game’s final chance, but fluffed his lines when his shot ran inches wide of the goalmouth.