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LIVE - Bath City v Basingstoke Town
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- FULL-TIME - Bath City 1 Basingstoke Town 1
- Bath lead 1-0 at half-time thanks to Elliott Chamberlain's goal on 31 minutes.
- Town boss Jason Bristow sent to the stands.
- Tim Sills levels the game on 83 minutes.
- Live reporting by John Boyman.
FULL-TIME - Bath City 1 Basingstoke Town 1
A hard-earned and good point for Town, who battled hard to draw level.
Not a great game but the pitch didn't help.
Elsewhere, Basingstoke RFC beat Sidcup 38-3. There's even better news from Chichester, where the hosts lost 29-15 without securing a bonus-point, so 'Stoke are now second in London One South, three points above third-placed Chichester.
London Irish beat Worcester Warriors 26-6.
See The Monday Gazette for full reports and reaction from all of today's games.
Almost a winner for the hosts there. Kerry Morgan's long thow is flicked on at the near post and falls for Charlie Griffin, whose volley requires an excellent instinctive save from Ashley Bayes.
There will be four minutes of injury-time at the end of the game.
Bath are looking to reclaim the lead, Town just about managing to defend a couple of scrambles.
London Irish have beaten Worcester Warriors 26-6 at the Madejski Stadium.
GOAL - Bath City 1 Basingstoke Town 1 - Tim Sills (83 min)
Town enjoy a good spell of pressure and there's an end result. Jason Mellor does excellently to keep out Jordace Holder-Spooner's low shot but TIM SILLS is on hand to bury the rebound from close range.
Almost a chance for Kerry Morgan, who does well to beat several men but doesn't get a shot away.
SUBSTITUTION - Bath City - Charlie Griffin on for Elliott Chamberlain
Full-time at Down Grange and Basingstoke RFC have beaten Sidcup 38-3, taking maximum points.
That's a first for Basingstoke Town manager Jason Bristow, who has been sent to the stands, presumably for a bit too much chat aimed in the direction of the assistant in front of the away dugout.
SUBSTITUTION - Basingstoke Town - Shaun McAuley on for Nathan Campbell
That's a defensive midfielder replaced by an attacking one.
At Down Grange, Jamie Fish has scored 'Stoke's fifth try, with Adam Davies adding the extras to give the hosts a 38-3 lead over Sidcup.
SUBSTITUTION - Bath City - Kerry Morgan on for Josh Low
Close for Town. Tim Sills crosses from the left and it finds Jordace Holder-Spooner at the far post. He does well to get his volley on target and it takes a good save from Jason Mellor to tip the ball over.
SUBSTITUTION - Basingstoke Town - Jordace Holder-Spooner on for Delano Sam-Yorke
Sam-Yorke has been getting frustrated so that's probably for his own good.
Bath's Elliott Chamberlain is down and Ashley Bayes takes the opportunity to give an on-field team-talk.
YELLOW CARD - Nathan Smart - Basingstoke Town
Another needless booking, Smart going into the notebook for dissent.
The initial kick is cleared but the ball finds its way into the area and Rob Rice's effort on the turn has to be saved by Jason Mellor at his near post.
The resulting corner also causes problems, a header being cleared off the line by Ryan Charles.
It's been a scrappy start to the second-half but Nathan Smart has won Town a corner.
More good news from Down Grange, where Adam Davies has touched down and converted his own try to put Basingstoke 31-3 up against Sidcup, securing the bonus point.
At the Madejski, Tom Homer's penalty means it is now 26-6 to London Irish against Worcester.
That's a good cross from Adam Connolly but Elliott Chamberlain is unable to get on the end of it.
Bath get the second-half under way. No changes at the break and 560 cold souls in the crowd.
The teams are back out for the second-half. Can Town stage a comeback to make it three positive results?
More good news from this afternoon's rugby games.
Basingstoke RFC now lead Sidcup 24-0, Karl Buttle with the try, converted by Adam Davies. One more for the bonus point.
At the Madejski, London Irish have also started the second-half with a try, Chris Hala'ufia going over, with Tom Homer converting to give them a 23-6 lead over Worcester.
'Stoke are back under way in the second-half at home to Sidcup and Matt Guilfoyle's try, converted by Adam Davies, means they lead 17-3, needing two more tries for a bonus point.
Rugby-wise, Basingstoke scored a late try through Matt Horne, with Adam Davies converting to give the hosts a 10-3 lead over Sidcup at half-time.
London Irish lead Worcester Warriors 16-6 at half-time in their game.
HALF-TIME - Bath City 1 Basingstoke Town 0
The game was pretty even until the point where Bath scored - but the hosts have been on top since and Town will be happy to go in for half-time just one down.
Good play between Sekani Simpson and Josh Low down the Bath right but Town clear the danger and the referee blows for half-time.
We'll have an additional one minute at the end of the half.
Bath's Josh Low does well to escape Rob Rice but his long-range effort is well wide.
Meanwhile, another Andy Goode penalty means London Irish now lead Worcester 16-6.
At the Madejski, two penalties from Tom Homer mean London Irish now lead Worcester 16-3.
Sekani Simpson's cross from the right looks dangerous and it takes a great defensive header from David Ray to avert the danger.
Rob Rice then does well to head a corner away at the near post. Town are under pressure.
GOAL - Bath City 1 Basingstoke Town 0 - Elliott Chamberlain (31 min)
Bath break quickly, with Chris Allen beating Rob Rice to a loose ball on halfway. He makes ground before finding Ryan Charles on the left.
Charles puts in a good cross that Ben Jefford is unable to deal with. The ball seemed to hit his hand but it breaks for ELLIOTT CHAMBERLAIN, whose low shot finds the net via the hand of Ashley Bayes.
Manny Williams will be disappointed he didn't do better there. Nathan Smart's cross reached him inside the six-yard box but his header was weak and straight at the home goalkeeper. A really good chance.
Close for the hosts as Aaron Brown's corner flashes across the Town goal, narrowly evading Dan Ball and Mark Preece.
An Andy Goode penalty has got Worcester on the scoreboard at the Madejski. It's now 10-3.
That's a good Bath move but Ryan Charles' final effort is wild.
YELLOW CARDS - Tim Sills (Basingstoke) and Aaron Brown (Bath)
Bit of a barging match and it's a booking each. All very unnecassary.
At the Madejksi, London Irish are now 10-0 up, Halani Aulika with their second try.
Delano Sam-Yorke is looking dangerous and another decent run ends with a shot from inside the area - but it flies well wide of the near post.
It's pretty even at the moment. The pitch looks difficult, with players struggling to keep their footing.
Delano Sam-Yorke embarks on a good run after getting a lucky richochet on halfway but a Bath defender gets back to make a challenge before he can get a shot away.
Delano Sam-Yorke does well to block a clearance but Town fail to make the most of it.
Sidcup have levelled with a penalty of their own at Down Grange. It's now 3-3.
Adam Connolly gets a shooting chance just outside the area but it takes a deflection and loops into the arms of Ashley Bayes.
London Irish are 5-0 up against Worcester Warriors, Matt Garvey with the try.
Chris Allen takes on Ben Jefford in the Town left-back area and when the visiting defender slips, the home midfielder puts in a dangerous low ball.
Town defend it well at the near post but only clear as far as Josh Low. Fortunately, he can only shoot tamely at Ashley Bayes under pressure from Nathan Campbell.
A decent spell of pressure for Town - but Delano Sam-Yorke is penalised for a foul attempting to get on the end of Manny Williams' cross.
At Down Grange, Basingstoke are 3-0 up thanks to a penalty from Adam Davies.
That's some good interplay down the Town left and it should lead to a shot - but Nathan Campbell chooses to attempt a difficult pass instead and the opportunity passes the visitors by.
Bath force an early corner but a foul on Ashley Bayes means Town can clear.
Town get us under way. They are shooting down a pronounced slope in this first-half.
The teams are out on the field for the pre-match rituals. I'm glad there's an indoor press box, it's pretty cold.
There's not a lot going on elsewhere but it is a big day rugby-wise.
Last I heard, Basingstoke RFC's home game against Sidcup was on - and it's a massive afternoon at the top of the London One South table, with the current top two, Chichester and East Grinstead, playing each other. If East Grinstead and Basingstoke both win, 'Stoke will go second.
At the Madejski Stadium, London Irish are hosting Worcester Warriors in a crucial Premiership encounter. It's also the Berkshire club's annual St Patrick's Party.
I'll try to keep you across all three games as the afternoon goes on.
Off to Bath in the snow #Btfc
— @clairedunn20 23 March 2013
Reading station in the snow! #BTFC http://t.co/MY9D0VNSFo— @TMooresy 23 March 2013
This game is one of only three Blue Square Bet South fixtures actually going ahead as planned this afternoon.
It was pretty snowy back in north Hampshire but as soon as you got to Swindon it all disappeared. The pitch is squelchy but perfectly playable, though it may cut up a bit as the afternoon goes on.
Bath City: Mellor, Simpson, Brown, Ball, Preece, Burnell, Allen, Connolly, Chamberlain, Charles, Low. Subs: Knowles, Griffin, Morgan, Lennox, Rollo.
Basingstoke Town: Bayes, Smart, Jefford, Rice, Ray, Campbell, Daly, Sills, Williams, Sam-Yorke, Dunn. Subs: McAuley, Ogunbote, Holder-Spooner, Paterson, Lake.
All the best today lads #BTFC #3ponits— @alex_charlick11 23 March 2013
Town name an unchanged team from the one that beat Maidenhead 10 days ago, so Ben Jefford and Nathan Campbell keep their places.
Bath are without striker Tom Nichols, who impressed in the last meeting between the sides but is now on loan at Dorchester from Exeter. Josh Low also looked good that day and he is in the side.
Good afternoon and welcome to live updates from Twerton Park, where Basingstoke Town are the visitors to Bath City.