Newport County 1-1 Cheltenham Town
Struggling Cheltenham Town delivered a blow to Newport County's League Two play-off hopes as they held the Welsh side to a 1-1 draw at Rodney Parade.
Poor defending gave on-loan Wales Under-21 international Wes Burns the chance to put the visitors in front.
Miles Storey equalised with a header to leave Newport a point behind eighth-placed Stevenage in the table.
Cheltenham's hopes of avoiding relegation remain precarious as they lie two points above the drop zone.
Burns, on loan from Bristol City, struck after a mix-up between defender Kevin Feely and goalkeeper Joe Day.
Storey, on loan at Newport from Swindon, ensured the draw as the first half drew to a close, converting Ryan Jackson's cross.
Newport assistant manager Wayne Hatswell told BBC Radio Wales:
"We gave ourselves a mountain to climb conceding that goal. One point gained, but we were after three.
"Teams will come here and make it difficult. It stifles us but we have to find a better way."
Cheltenham caretaker manager Russell Milton told BBC Radio Gloucestershire:
"I thought we were superb but that's three times now we've gone 1-0 up and drawn.
"We did say we need that other goal and we had opportunities to [score].
"It was a good battling performance and you can't fault the boys' efforts and throwing their bodies on the line.
"If you're in the play-off area, things go for you a bit more than they do when you're down at the bottom."