Guernsey FC get first away point in 2016 at Tooting and Mitcham

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Guernsey FC have not won a game since 3 April, when they beat Walton and Hersham 4-1 at Footes Lane

Jack Domaille's last-minute equaliser helped Guernsey FC register their first away point of the year as they came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 at Tooting and Mitcham United.

Goals from Taurean Roberts and Billy Dunn put the Isthmian League Division One South leaders ahead before Domaille scored with 26 minutes to go.

The defender, who making just his fourth appearance, then struck late on.

The 24-year-old headed home after Ross Allen's free-kick had been saved.

The hosts hit the bar with a deflected effort in stoppage time, but Guernsey held on to register a first point off the island since 12 December and ended a run of 13 successive away defeats.

The result still leaves Guernsey looking for their first win of the season - they are third from bottom with four points after their worst start to a campaign.

"That's the most intense game that I've ever been involved in," Domaille told BBC Radio Guernsey. "To be able to earn a point and provide two goals, I'm over the moon with that.

"I started training with the team at the back end of last season and they've welcomed me with open arms and supported me massively, so it's nice to give something back."

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