St Albans picked up a decent point in a goal less draw at home against second-placed Hungerford Town.
The result means the Saints remain unbeaten in the National League South and stay in fourth place with games in hand over the teams above them.
Hungerford almost took the lead inside the first 10 minutes when Craig Fasanmade had a good chance on a counterattack, his strike in the area was well saved though by Michael Johnson.
Shaun Jeffers had the Saints’ first half-chance after his free-kick was well struck but the goalkeeper held the ball well while diving to his right.
On the hour mark, Fasanmade, who was looking the most dangerous for the visitors, found himself through on goal once again, but Michael Johnson had the better him throughout the game and did so again with this chance.
Both sides seemed to be happy to settle for the point in the end as their impressive early season form continued.
The Saints are away from home next weekend as they face Eastbourne Borough, who themselves have started the season confidently, and sit just one position below them in the table.
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