Bardon were forced into changes in the starting line up , due to unavailability , Ryan Pearce and Jack Millward coming into midfield.
As was to be expected Coleshill came racing out of the blocks , looking to avenge their defeat at Sporting Khalsa on Saturday. It was the home team though who opened the scoring with their first attack after just six minutes , when a free kick out wide on the right was played into the area by Josh Eggington and was met at the far post by Luke Tozer who powered the ball home.
Coleshill levelled the scores after twenty five minutes when ex- Barwell man Luke Barlone scored and it got worse for Bardon five minutes later when Josh O`Brien came out to clear a ball but as a result of a heavy challenge lost the ball , leaving Dianco Johnson with a empty net to give the visitors the lead. More worryingly was that the game was held up for five minutes as O`Brien rececived treatment to his back injury which he had sustained a few minutes earlier.
Bardon were called into some heroic defending as they tried to keep the ball away from their clearly injured keeper , but when he was called upon O`Brien did not let them down. As the game went deep into the added time at the end of the half , Bardon won a corner and the ball fell to Leon Fray some twenty yards out and he curled a lovely shot into the top corner of the Coleshill net to level the scores.
The second half saw Bardon produce a performance of grit and determination as Coleshill tried to take advantage of the injured Bardon keeper , every player dug deep to Coleshill out and keep the visitors defence on their toes when they had chance. The game finished 2-2 and Bardon can now look forward to a return to FA Cup action after a absence of three years , on Saturday , when they face Dunkirk at Home in the Extra Preliminary Round.