Tom Day played 90 minutes as his Hemel Hempstead Town side drew 0-0 away at Bath City, despite playing over half an hour with ten men.
Alex Osbourne had the Tudors first real chance, but he couldn’t find the target and dragged the shot wide, which was the only real action of the first half.
However, with an hour on the clock, the Romans were awarded a penalty after Matt Spring handled the ball on the line.
Nat Jarvis stepped up to take the penalty, but Laurie Walker made the save, keeping the sides level.
The game then died down with Hemel doing all they could to defend their clean sheet, Walker making a few more fines saves.
The game finished 0-0, meaning the Tudors are now unbeaten in 6 in the league, leaving them 8th in the table with a game in hand.
Elsewhere, Darnell Smith didn’t feature at his Hungerford Town side drew 1-1 away at Chelmsford City, Tom Meechan scoring in the 87th minute for the Crusaders to cancel out Michael Spillane’s opener.