GUTSY Sarum Youth Seniors picked up four points in as many days to gain some consistency in Wiltshire League Premier Division.

After securing mid-week victory at Westbury Town Reserves, Sarum started where they left off on Saturday.

Dave Rawkins’ side travelled to Swindon to play a strong Supermarine Reserves, where they departed with a solid point after a 2-2 draw.

Sam Howe gave the visitors a half time lead, but turned sour when Sarum conceded two set pieces after the restart.

And with Sarum on the cusp of defeat, Frankie Kerry was on hand to poach a last gasp equaliser for a share of the spoils.

Manager Dave Rawkins said: “So pleased for the boys to grab a point at the end after another confident performance.

“They are starting to show the quality and resilience needed to get results at this level.

“The players were slightly disappointed as they feel they could have won the game, which is a real good sign but any point away from home in this league is a good one.”