Tunbridge Wells battled to a 1-1 draw with league favourites Greenwich Borough and had to finish the game with 9 men.
The Wells took the lead through a Jason Barton penalty when Chris Seenan was upended in the Greenwich box after some brave play from Lee Radford.
The lead was short lived though when a poor kick from Steve Lawrence fell to Mohammed Eisa and he slotted in the equaliser on 24mins.
Jamie Lawrence and Jason Barton both saw red in the second half for second bookable offences and Greenwich had two goals correctly disallowed for offside while Jesse Darko managed to miss an open goal when it looked easier to score.
Despite their best efforts Greenwich could not break Steve Lawrence and The Wells defences resolve as the visitors hung on to earn a well deserved point.
For a neutral perspective on the game visit https://sportingoutpost.wordpress.com/2015/08/26/tunbridge-hold-firm/
Next up The Wells face Croydon in the FA Cup Saturday at the Culverden, Kick Off 3pm