Frome Town's unbeaten league run under Darren Perrin stretched to an incredible games as they completed the double over a good Uxbridge side .

Frome were the first to show in the 4th minute as a low Ben Thomson cross from the left wing caused problems in the Uxbridge defence.

Thomson again caused problems with a surging run and shot that flew past the far post in the 8th minute.

As the match settled, Frome were lucky to survive in the 19th minute as Uxbridge's Tommy Howe thundered a dipping 25 yard left foot volley against the crossbar, with keeper Tom Pass well beaten by the flight of the ball.

But it bounced down harmlessly and was cleared by Jamie Cheeseman.

Uxbridge again looked dangerous in the 26th minute as a left wing free kick caused problems in the Frome area, leading to an excellent point blank save from Pass to keep the scores level.

The opening goal arrived in the 37th minute as Thomson made ground on the left wing and floated in a perfect cross that saw Luke Ballinger gain two yards on his marker, jump several feet in tha air and nod the ball over the stranded visiting keeper Carl Dennison.

The goal lifted Uxbridge and they had their best period of the half in the minutes leading up to half time.

They very nearly equalised in the 44th minute as a period of Uxbridge pressure led to Pass pushing the ball around the post and just managing to claim the ball at the second attempt from the resulting corner.

The first few minutes of the second half saw Frome cause problems as Mark Salter, Ballinger and Sim Allison, who had replaced Ricky Hulbert at half time, combined several times to test the defence.

However Uxbridge weathered the storm, started to play controlled football in the Frome half and should have equalised in the 62nd minute as an excellent right wing cross found the unmarked Jack Mullan diving to head the ball in at the far post, missing the goal by a whisker.

The equaliser seemed to be coming however, and it duly arrived in the 68th minute as an Uxbridge free kick 10 yards outside the Frome area was worked to Mark Dennison, who hit a low 25 yard right foot shot unerringly into the corner of the net.

The visitors' celebrations were shortlived though and one minute later, Frome again took the lead.

A clever Peters free kick was dinked into the penalty area, allowing Cheeseman to rob the defender and roll the ball into the corner of the net for his first goal of the season.

From this point on, Uxbridge really stepped up the pressure and played a lot of football in the Frome half, but they always had to be wary of the pace of Ballinger and Allison on the break.

Uxbridge's Lee Tunnell did well to get between Craig Fullam and Cheeseman and bring a save from Pass in the 76th minute.

But Frome went close again in the 80th minute as Allison outpaced a defender and chipped the ball in only for Ballinger to volley slightly over the bar.

Ballinger turned provider in the 83rd minute with a great piece of play.

He picked up the ball just inside the Uxbridge half, pushed the ball past the defender, outpaced him easily, got to the dead ball line, cut back inside and rolled the perfect pass into the path of Thomson who stroked the ball into the corner of the net from 15 yards.

It was very nearly 4-1 to Frome on 90 minutes as Thomson did well on the left to play the ball to Allison, who laid the ball into the path of Ballinger only for his goalbound shot to be headed off the line by a defender.

Luke Ballinger was named as man of the match.

Frome: Pass, Reaney, Lake, Fullam, Cheeseman, Peters, D Thompson, Ballinger, Salter (Clarke (75), Hulbert (Allison 45), B Thomson. Subs not used: Carr, Hunt, Millard

Attendance: 143.

Star man: Luke Ballinger