HANWELL Town are gaining the unwanted tag of draw specialists after recording their sixth stalemate of the season on Saturday.

For the first hour, Town were much the better side, but excellent goalkeeping by James Sturgeon for the home side and some poor finishing prevented Hanwell from building up a comfortable lead.

Sturgeon made the first of several fine saves when blocking Bradshaw's shot with his legs from close range.

In a rare moment of danger at the other end, Gulad Adan made a welltimed tackle after a clever run by the home side's Mark Draper had created a good shooting chance.

St Margaretsbury came more into the game after the interval but Town still looked the more likely side to score, and in quick succession Charley Baverstock, Michael Buckley and Tashan FrancisAdeyinka all fired just wide.

The deadlock was broken in the 70th minute when, from a corner by Keith Rowlands, Jason Tucker prodded home from close range.

St Margaretsbury pushed players forward and equalised with 10 minutes remaining when, from a free-kick swung into the goalmouth by Ben Wiper, the ball came out to Anthony Valentine, who scored.

In the final minute, the home side almost stole the three points when Draper headed wide.

This Saturday Town are at home to Hatfield Town, kicking off at 3pm.