SALISBURY were on the road again for their fourth consecutive away game when they travelled to Harrow Borough on Saturday and played out a 0-0 draw, writes Andy Munns.

Both teams sit in the middle part of the Southern League Premier South table, with not much to play for as the end of the season approaches.

Salisbury, coming off the back of a couple of defeats, were looking to stop the rot.

The Whites almost got off to a great start when they created a golden opportunity. Antonio Diaz delivered the ball in the box and it looked to be heading into the back of the net until a last-second intervention from George Moore, who headed off the line.

The game settled down into a bitty, stop-start affair, punctuated by injuries. That was until a defensive slip in the Salisbury backline presented James Ewington with an opportunity, but he dwelled on the ball for too long and Sam Roberts was able to get back and avert the danger, clearing the ball on the goalline.

The game headed for half-time without either side threatening to break the deadlock in a fairly typical end of season game with neither side able to take a hold of the contest.

Salisbury made changes at half-time and youngster Layton Tulk drew a good save from Joshua Strizovic in the Borough goal when he turned away a well-struck shot from 18 yards.

The home side started to see more of the ball as the second half progressed but were unable to create many clear cut chances. It took until the final part of the game when on 75 minutes Pat O’Flaherty was forced to get down well to push an effort from Michael Bryan around the post.

Both teams didn’t do enough in the game to be upset about not winning it, but both would have been disappointed to lose and a draw felt like a fair result.

Salisbury only have three games remaining this season and this coming Saturday welcome Dorchester Town to the Ray Mac, before heading to Gosport Borough on Easter Monday (both 3pm).