Match Highlights here: http://www.thenationalleague.org.uk/match-info/match-centre/1-2850446
A LAST-gasp equaliser denied The White Tigers all three points at Concord Rangers.
It was the home side who came out of the blocks the brightest and they almost took the lead straight away when they had an effort cleared off the line.
We started to get a foothold in the game as the opening period went on, but it remained goalless at the break.
The second half began with a penalty for City but Rocky Neal's effort was well saved.
It gave the home side a boost and they went on to take the lead through Lewis Taaffe who finished off a neat move.
We refused to let our heads drop and got our reward as the clock ticked down when Niall Thompson played in Noah Keats who managed to guide the ball over the line on his League debut for the club.
More joy was to follow in the final minute when Thompson turned provider again, this time to set up Stewart Yetton who headed home.
There was to be a sting in the tail, though, as Taaffe popped up to make it 2-2 with virtually the last kick of what had been an entertaining second half.
Despite missing out on all three points, it extends our unbeaten start to three games.