FROME Town surrendered a two-goal lead at home to take only a point from their clash with St Neots Town.

Frome were slow to start and were almost caught out in the first few seconds but were indebted to goalkeeper Kyle Phillips who again did superbly to first save a shot from Dion Sembie-Ferris and then a header from Tom Wiltshire.

Against the run of play, Frome took the lead in the 42nd minute as Ollie Knight got on the end of a Kris Miller cross to the far post to score his first goal of the season with a looping header over Mike Emery.

Frome made it 2-0 in the 53rd as Joe Raynes headed home a Jon Davies corner from close range, but St Neots pulled it back to 2-1 six minutes later as Dylan Williams was tripped by George Miller and the winger scored from the penalty spot with ease.

The visitors then took the game to Frome and in the 76th minute, Ben Withey was caught in possession, and as the ball ran free, Sembie-Ferris had the easiest task to roll the ball into the net for a deserved equaliser.