Hitchin Town's search for a Southern League win has stretched to six after a pair of score-draws.

The Canaries had two home games in the space of three days but both ended in a 1-1 draw.

Saturday's Premier Division Central match was against Nuneaton Borough and it needed an equaliser from Brad Bell midway through the second period, cancelling out a goal on the stroke of half-time from Isaiah Osbourne, the former Aston Villa, Hibernian and Blackpool midfielder.

Monday's entertainment at Top Field saw Barwell the visitors.

This time it was Finlay Wilkinson who scored in the first half to put the hosts ahead but they were denied the three points by a George Ward goal four minutes after the interval.

Hitchin have now drawn four in the set of six.

In the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division, Stotfold maintained their position at the top of the standings but manager Brett Donnelly was not happy with the performance in the 1-1 draw against St Panteleimon.

The Hertford-based visitors had taken the lead on the hour at New Roker Park and it needed an equaliser in the 89th minute from substitute Josh Bamford to rescue a point.

Speaking on Twitter, Donnelly said: "If you don’t take your chances, it leaves you open to getting caught out at the other end.

"But it is another point on the board and a week to work on the finer details in the final third, where we've been lacking."

The Eagles are now five points clear of Leighton Town after the Robins won 1-0 at Tring Athletic.

The chasers have played four games less though.

At the other end of the table, Arlesey Town suffered a shock 2-1 loss at home to basement club London Colney, dumping the Blues into the bottom two.

Bruno Brito got their only goal, again on 89 minutes, and this one too looked to have salvaged a 1-1 draw.

However, the Blueboys, who had only won once all season before the game, scored a second in stoppage time to win 2-1.

Baldock Town had a bad day at the office too as they were beaten 4-1 away to Harpenden Town, Kit Brown getting their only goal in the first half.

In Division One, a solitary goal helped Letchworth Eagles to a 1-0 win away to Northampton Sileby Rangers but Codicote had a bad day in Division Two, beaten 5-0 by second-placed Old Bradwell United.