Boroughs manager Brendan Phillips will be holding an
inquest to find out why his side outplayed their main title challengers and yet needed a
late penalty to grab a point.
It needed cool headed Ian Muir to rescue Nuneaton with a penalty in the 80th
minute after Barry Williams had been brought down. But they looked rocky at the end of the
first half when Baths Steve White gave them the lead.
Borough upped the tempo after the interval however and created a number of chances.
Barry Williams shot against the underside of the crossbar and Borough were denied a
penalty when Joey OConnor was held down by the goalkeeper.
Shaun Wray shot wide after bursting through on a good run, but in the end it was left
to the trusty right boot of former Tranmere Rovers striker Muir to level it.