Borough gained a well earned point on a snow covered pitch, but
found their lead at the top of the table whittled back by two points as their nearest
rivals Crawley Town grabbed victory.
Nuneaton are now thirteen points ahead of Crawley who have played three matches fewer.
It was a full blooded clash for Borough at Cecil Street. The pitch was covered by a
layer of snow but Nuneaton had enough chances to have won the game.
As it was they fell behind in the 50th minute with a goal by Paul Wagstaff when Liam
Hefferman created the opening.
But Brendan Phillips' side was on level terms within two minutes when striker Anton
Thomas and midfielder Richie Gardner combined to set up Joey O'Connor for the equaliser.
Both sides had their opportunities after that but neither could break through.