TAVISTOCK A gained themselves another valuable point at the half way stage of the season.
Playing a Caradon side that are a few places higher in the league, Tavistock knew they would need to be at their best to get anything from this fixture.
The game started well with Tavistock dominating possession and moving the ball well. The tempo of the game was high and both sides had adopted an attacking approach.
Tavistock were the first to get onto the score sheet via a well taken goal by the midfield talisman Elliott.
Caradon did not let this set them back and continued to throw everything at the home side and inevitably drew level.
Tavistock continued to dominate possession and after a great move, Josh Walker netted the second which would have led to a valuable three points, if they could have kept the lead.
However, with minutes to go Caradon pressed forward and following some confusion at the back, Tavistock conceded the equaliser.
The home side continued to press for the winning goal, but it was not to be, but this was a strong performance from Tavistock A and something to build on, going into the second half of the season.