PENNAR Robins earned a point from their game with Fishguard on Saturday (Jan 21) as their game finished 1-1.
The point does little for either side but it stops a run of three straight defeats for Fishguard, who haven’t won November 12. Pennar move up one place in the table but they are also winless since their last victory in November.
Fishguard took the lead in the tenth minute as Luke Thomas scored the opening goal of the game.
On the stroke of half time Pennar were awarded a penalty. Phil Thompson, who had come on as a 13th minute subsitute, stepped up but but could not score.
It meant Fishguard held on to their one-goal lead but Pennar were determined not to let the penalty miss affect them.
And, eleven minutes into the second half they were level thanks to a goal from Liam Williams.
Neither side could find a winner and it meant both would have to settle for a share of the points.
On Saturday, January 28, Pennar travel to Neyland in a crucial game while Fishguard host St Clears in another big game at the bottom end of the table.