Port Talbot Town’s unbeaten league streak continued on Saturday afternoon with a 3-3 draw at home to Cwmamman United.
The Blues went into the clash sitting 5th in the league, a position they’ve propelled themselves up to from the lower end of the table following a streak of four wins in a row – a run that included a staggering 8-1 win over Caerau Ely.
A Luke Bowen goal in the 30th minute gave the Blues a lead following an even opening to the game.
A foul in the Port Talbot Town penalty area five minutes later saw the referee award a penalty to the visitors. Ryan Thomas converted to make it 1-1 with ten minutes to go until the half-time break.
Cwmamman put themselves in front on 40 minutes, with a through-ball giving way for Ash Curtis to stick the ball past Rory McCreesh in the Port Talbot goal.
Lewis Holmes equalised for Paul Evans’ men just after the break with a well-placed header from a corner kick.
The Blues went 3-2 up on 69 minutes, with a ball over the top of the Cwmamman defence finding the run of Luke Bowen, who struck the back of the away net.
An Ash Curtis goal in the 83rd minute gave the visitors a late equaliser, making it 3-3 at full-time.
Port Talbot Town are back in Division One action next Friday when they travel to high-flying Llanelli Town. Kick off for that tie is 7.30pm.