Rovers somehow managed to pick up a point away at Westfield, in a game where they were second best for the best part of 80 minutes.

After a slow start by the visitors, it was no surprise when Westfield struck on 19 minutes, with a well worked move leaving Johnny Efedje with a tap in.

Rovers were looking lethargic and were grateful to get into the break just a goal behind.

The second half had the feel of a pre-season game or end of season game with nothing on it, not one where the visitors were supposedly scrapping for their Isthmian lives.

Westfield increased their lead with ten minutes remaining, when a cross from the left eluded Antonio Simeone, probably his one mistake of the game, and was turned beyond his own keeper by the unfortunate Matt Tanton.

With the fans pondering how Rovers might have scored once during the game, to require two seemed an insurmountable problem.

Rovers pulled one back with three minutes remaining, with Liam Holden converting from the spot after he had been hauled down by Niran Butler, and deep into stoppage time, a Max Oldham free kick was forced goalwards by Simeone, fumbled by the keeper and hammered home by a gleeful Nabeel Ghannam.

Rovers celebrations were tempered by late goals elsewhere, but they are still fighting.

Full report to follow.