Collier penalty maintains run
WIMBORNE TOWN 2 CIRENCESTER TOWN 2
Sam Collier struck home an 89th-minute penalty to maintain Cirencester's unbeaten away record in Division One South & West of the Evo-Stik Southern League.
The strike was coolness personified after Nathan Peprah-Annan was adjudged to have handled in the box.
Wimborne opened the scoring on 17 minutes when Micky Hubbard's free-kick found Tom Jeffes unmarked and he headed past Matt Bath.
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Cirencester rallied and Joe Shepherd headed home in style to equalise.
In the second half, it was the hosts who struck first as Jamie Davidson scored.
However, Collier's spot-kick saved a point for Cirencester.
The Centurions host Evesham in the league tomorrow (7.45pm).