TIVERTON Town remain unbeaten in Southern League Division One South & West as they take a break from action this weekend.

The Yellows are not in FA Cup action today having already gone out to rivals Taunton Town after a replay and are back in league action on September 10 at Paulton.

Martyn Rogers' side were denied all three points in their Bank Holiday Monday league derby with Taunton at Ladysmead, meanwhile, thanks to Pierce Mitchell’s leveller 13 minutes from time.

Once again Tivvy had seven ex-Taunton players in the squad and they all had something to prove after the FA Cup preliminary round replay defeat, with this the third meeting between the two sides in the space of nine days.

Tivvy had the first real chance soon when Owen Howe beat a static defence to bear on goal but Ed Palmer’s tackle was superb and they escaped unblemished.

It was Tivvy who took the lead four minutes past the hour mark – the first time they had got their noses in front in all three games.

After Ben Mammola was flattened in the box by keeper Lloyd Irish, Levi Landricombe hammered home the resultant spot kick for his seventh goal of the season.

However, their lead was wiped out on 77 minutes when skipper Brett Trowbridge fed sub Josh Searle, whose pinpoint cross to the far post was superbly nodded home by Mitchell.

Tivvy, who remain unbeaten with three wins and three draws from six games, are third in the table.

A brace from Michael Landricombe fired Martyn Rogers’ side to a 4-0 win at Winchester City 48 hours earlier. All of the goals came after the break with Howe and Jamie Price also on target.