PETER Frain was fuming with his keeper Greg Allen after a comedy of errors let a two goal lead slip away at Causeway.

Frain described Allen as one of his most consistent players this season but showboating let in Causeway to steal a point in the last minute.

Frain said: "He's been one of the better players for this season but the inconsistency is just creeping in and on Saturday it was more like watching the Coco the Clown show.

"Really all I have to say is watch this space because I haven't experienced anything like it as a manager.

"I don't mind players showboating but you have to be good and Greg's average."

Gareth Davies and Keith Rostill had handed the Churchmen the advantage before the interval but two Chris Busby goals saw their lead disappear.

Frain added: "Most managers would have been happy with our first half performance. We had two goals but really we should have put the game beyond doubt because we had that many chances to score.

"Then they came out second half, scored after 10 minutes, Craig Hall's been sent off and they can smell an equaliser and that's what's happened."

Frain has put seven days in for Studley's Anthony Savery, but has already brought in Danny Williams on loan from Evesham United and the Alvechurch boss is hoping to secure him until the end of the season.

Brett Fitzpatrick could soon return after his groin strain and Latvian Raimonds Grants has also signed up.