CHELMSFORD City came from behind twice to earn a point in a 2-2 draw against Dulwich Hamlet on Monday night.

Nyren Clunis had given the away side a fourth minute lead but the hosts hit back not long after.

Rhys Murphy tucked home after a neat cross from Scott Fenwick 20 minutes later.

But Dulwich restored their advantage before the break. A controversial penalty award which saw the referee overturn an offside decision from his assistant because of a foul in the area.

Despite protestations, the decision stood which allowed Ashley Carew to blast Dulwich ahead from 12 yards.

Back came Chelmsford and they equalised once again shortly after the break. Fenwick scored from the penalty spot just before the hour mark.

Ross Worner made several fine stops in the Chelmsford goal, while Tom Wraight looked dangerous for Stringer's team but neither side was able to force a winner.