CHARD Town staged a second-half comeback to secure a point at home to Clevedon United on Saturday.

The Robins were two down with 25 minutes left but Darren Stewart’s effort and an own goal saw them fight back to claim a share of the spoils.

It leaves Chard with four points from their opening four matches.

The visitors went in front five minutes before half-time after they were awarded a disputed penalty, which Sam Clark tucked away past Stuart Parris.

The same player doubled the advantage midway through the second half, but Chard pulled a goal back 20 minutes from time when Stewart headed in Jonny Hurford’s corner.

A Hurford corner also provided the supply for Chard’s equaliser on 78 minutes as a Clevedon defender out the ball past his own keeper.

Chard: Stuart Parris, Matt Brown, Dan Harvey, Darren Stewart, Gary Knight, Matt Corrick, Danny Cleal, Darren Brown, Joe Simmons, Sam Symes, Jonny Hurford. Subs: Nathan Warren, Liam Cleal, Tom Robinson.