DULVERON Town travelled to Alcombe Rovers for their last match of the season in Division Two of the Taunton Saturday League without several of their first team regulars. Despite this they came away with a 1-1 draw against their high flying hosts. Town created the first two chances; the first fell to Adam Kelland and the second to his brother James Kelland but neither found the net. Alcombe continued to try and get the ball down the wings and cross the ball to their forwards but Connor Fewings and Bobby Burke in the full back positions were having great games, pushing back the attacking players and preventing crosses coming in to the box. Alcombe were reduced to long shots from outside the box and Town's keeper was more than a match for them with some impressive saves throughout the half.  However when Alcombe were awarded a penalty after a clumsy tackle from Bobby Burke, ‘keeper Hooper was a spectator when the Alcombe striker smashed the ball against the post and luckily Town were able to clear their lines. Giles Brock, who returned to a more central role in midfield, appeared to be more comfortable there and was linking up with Ellis Thomas well and creating chances, but the game remained goalless at the interval. Town had worked so hard at the break and they knew they’d have to work even harder in the second half.  Their cause was not helped when captain Dave Kelland was sent to the sin bin mid way through the half and Town thought they had defended the 10 minutes successfully only for Alcombe to put themselves a goal to the good just before Kelland returned to the field of play. Town were thinking it may not be their day when James Kelland lobbed the keeper on 70 minutes but the referee brought the game back for a foul on the defender. Alcombe continued to search for their second goal and they bombarded Hooper’s goal with long shots and crosses but he was more than a match for them, saving at point blank range on one occasion to keep the ball out. With Town’s back four keeping them in the game, Town knew that they were still in with a chance and when a corner came with five  minutes to go, the ball fell kindly to Ellis Thomas who smashed the ball home from eight yards to level the scores. Over the course of the last desperate few minutes of the match Dulverton managed to hold their own to earn a point against a useful outfit. The Dulverton Town man of the match was Toby Wilson