WINCHESTER City co-manager Stuart Hussey described the 1-1 draw against Wimborne as one of their best results of the season.
City adopted a defensive approach for the visit of second-placed Wimborne on Saturday.
And the plan worked a treat as they became only the second team to stop the title-chasers’ winning in their 11 games.
It was Zach Glasspool who earned the home side a share of the spoils, levelling the score just before the half-time break.
Earlier Tom Clarke had pounced on Danny King’s under-hit back-pass to fire Wimborne into the lead midway through the half.
“It was a terrific result so we are delighted,” said City co-boss Hussey.
“If you take away the individual error we would have won 1-0 so it was good, defensive performance and the game-plan worked."
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