KEVIN Wilson claimed a point in his first game as Banbury United manager.

George Glendon gave promotion hopefuls Chester the lead after quarter of an hour had been played, when he swept the ball home.

The Puritans brought themselves level from the penalty spot though, after Ethan Fitzhugh was fouled.

Manny Maja stepped up and coolly slotted in from 12 yards, with 66 minutes on the clock.

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In stoppage time, home side Chester were then awarded a spot kick of their own, when Declan Weeks was bundled over.

Jack Harding performed late heroics though, diving the right way to get two strong hands on Glendon’s effort.

The draw extended the Puritans’ unbeaten run to three games in Vanarama National League North, with the side 17th in the table and five points clear of the drop zone.

Didcot Town remain bottom of Southern League Premier South, after a narrow 1-0 defeat at home to Dorchester Town.

Will Fletcher scored the only goal of the game, with 10 minutes to go.

North Leigh were knocked off top spot in Southern League Central Division, after suffering a 3-1 defeat at home to Hertford Town.

Kidlington lost 2-0 at Waltham Abbey, while Thame United won 2-0 at Stotfold.