Enfield Town remain in the hunt for a play-off place despite being held by Bognor Regis Town in a thrilling 3-3 draw in the Bostik League Premier Division on Saturday.

With the game locked at two-goals each courtesy of Lewis Taaffe and Sam Chaney for the hosts and Theo Widdrington and Bradley Lethbridge for the visitors, Mason Walsh looked to have won it for Bognor late on, but Kezie Ibe was credited with the final touch from a corner to tie the game once more.

It took only eight minutes for Enfield to open the scoring when, after good work from Joe Payne and Matt Johnson won them a free-kick that was thundered home by Taaffe for a superb opener.

Six minutes later, though, the visitors drew level when a free-kick from the right-hand edge of the home area was squared to Widdrington by Harvey Whyte, and his shot snuck in at the near post.

The Towners responded and Marc Weatherstone went close when he headed wide from Kezie Ibe’s flick-on, and Billy Bricknell spurned two chances when he couldn’t latch onto Taaffe’s ball in and when he had an effort blocked by Harvey Read.

The two sides continued to exchange opportunities in the second half, with Petar Durin keeping out Matt Johnson at one end and Matt Nolan denying Walsh at the other.

It was Bognor who would go on to get the next goal though when Walsh attacked down the wing and squared across for Lethbridge to tuck in the second for the visitors.

Enfield weren’t kept quiet for long though, and they levelled the scores once more four minutes later when Chaney was able to just about bundle the ball past Durin.

However, the game swung once more and by the 82nd minute, Bognor were remarkably in the lead again courtesy of Walsh, whose corner was caught by the wind and carried all the way in at the far post beyond Nolan, and it looked like it was going to be a cruel way to end the game for the hosts.

This end-to-end game had one more twist though. After Bricknell was denied by an excellent goal line clearance from Keaton Wood, Ibe was credited with the last touch from a Chaney corner after the linesman had flagged that the ball had crossed the line before being cleared away.

The point leaves Enfield in seventh-place in the table, two points and two places behind Worthing, who occupy the final play-off spot.

Next up for the Towners is the short trip down the A10 to Haringey Borough this Saturday, with kick off at 3pm.