MANAGER Mike Barton must be wondering what his Caersws side must do to earn their first home league win after being pegged back by two late goals.
“It was definitely two points dropped as I’ve never seen us create so many chances,” said Barton. “We’re disappointed, but we can take positives from the fact we played some good football on a difficult pitch and it was probably our best home performance of the season.”
Having picked up just one point from their previous six outings on home soil, Caersws looked placed to end the drought as they took a 23rd minute lead when a Jamie Haynes corner from the left was palmed into his own net by Neath keeper Craig Morris.
And prospects looked even rosier when Neil Mitchell added a second nine minutes after the break.
But Neath suddenly turned the game around, pulling one back when Andy Hill headed home on 75 minutes and equalising five minutes later through substitute Carl Shaw from close range.