Uxbridge picked up a hard won point at local rivals Burnham after playing for 75 minutes with only 10 men after Mark Dennison was sent off.
The Reds almost got off to a dream start when a great delivery by Maerk Nicholls found the head of new signing from Eastleigh Neil Davies but his header well well saved by Burnham keeper Steve Snith.
On 11 minutes Burnham were awarded a penalty which left the Uxbridge camp bemused but it was confidently struck home by Ben Howell.
Minutes leter there was more controversy when referee Adam Crysell sent off defender Dennison with a straight red card for what looked a petty foul.
Uxbridge were then denied a penalty shout as Nicholls appeared to be held back while at the other end Burnham should have doubled their lead but Jordan Dowdican headed over from Howell's cross.
At the start of the second half, Adam Barnard should have put Uxbridge level but having got clear and cut inside his marker he decided to pass instead of shooting and the chance went begging.
However, on 59 minutes the Reds equalised from the penalty spot through Nicholls after Adam Theophanides pushed Neil Davies in the area.
Tony Choules introduced striker Ryan O'Toole to the action and he almosty made an immediate impact with a shot which nearly caught Smith out.
There was a lucky escape for Uxbridge when Dave Thomas cleared off the line from Ryan Bird's volley, and a wonderful piece of goalkeeping by Paul McCarthy kept a Jamie Handscomb header out.
The Burnhm striker was then sent off for a second bookable offence following a reckless challenge on Gavin Brown.
Reds substitute Chris Fermie came close to hitting the winner but he could not keep his shot down from Kevin Warner's cross.
UXBRIDGE: McCarthy, Brown, Thomas, Wharton, Dennison, Carter, Davies, K.Warner, Tunnell, Nicholls (Farmie), Barnard (O'Toole). Subs not used: Dyer, D.Warner, Tarr.