THE points were shared in thisall-action game at the Glebelands.
But the result could have been very different had Johnston keeper Martin Langdon been sent off midway through the second half for a tackle on Sam Christopher outside the box, but luckily for The Tigers he got away with just a yellow card and his name in the book.
After a spell of concerted pressure, Tenby opened the scoring after 25 minutes when Christopher was put clean through and slotted the ball home from a tight angle past keeper Langdon.
But just ten minutes later the scores were level when Adam Hawkins played a nice ball to Mark Jones who placed the ball past the advancing keeper Dafydd Jones. However, the away side continued to apply the pressure after the break, with Ashley Andrews bringing out a nice save from Langdon and Christopher heading just wide from a cross from Andrews.
Both sides pressed forward in the closing stages of the match, with Johnston having the best chance when Tom Wilks played a great ball to Hawkins who centred to substitute Nicky Woodrow who missed a sitter at the back post.
Both managers agreed after the match it was good even game and were happy with a share of the points.