LEIGH RMI's miserable run of six matches without a win continued at Worksop last night when they drew 1-1.

And once again it was a mixture of missed chances and bad luck.

They were leading by a Darrell McCarty goal scored mid-way through the second half and with the game 92 minutes old Worksop grabbed a share of the spoils.

Harrison's shot came across from the corner of the box and floated into the net. It was a cruel blow for RMI who were heading for only their second victory of the season.

After a shaky opening spell in which they could have fallen behind, RMI fought their way back into the game and dominated without getting the break through.

Jamie Fahey, Barry Diamond and Ian Monk all had clear cut chances but they had to wait until the 75 minute before going ahead.

McCarty, on for the injured Diamond, dribbled his way into the box before lifting the ball over the advancing keeper.

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