A LAST-GASP equaliser saw Billericay Town miss out on the chance of going to the National League South summit.

Town were made to settle for a 1-1 draw against Dartford after Jamie Philpot’s injury time leveller cancelled out Jake Robinson’s opener from the penalty spot.

Three points would have seen Billericay move to the top of the standings and owner Glenn Tamplin, who managed the side, was frustrated to see Town concede late on.

Tamplin tweeted: “Disappointed with the 1-1 draw.

“I thought we were the better team but we let them back into it when we should have killed it off.

“Fantastic support so thank you for that, it means a lot.”

Billericay missed out on the chance to take a first half lead when, after being brought down by Darts goalkeeper Deren Ibrahim, Robinson blasted his spot-kick against the crossbar.

However, last month’s National League South player of the month made amends by slotting home from the spot four minutes after the break.

But, in the dying moments, Dartford stole a share of the spoils as substitute Philpot headed home.

Billericay Town: Julian, Inman, Kennedy, Doe, Hayles, Deering (Potter 68), Kizzi (Modeste 46), Waldren (Hunte 66), Robinson, Howells, Cunnington