Blackmore at the double for the Blues
A Max Blackmore brace was enough for the Blues to take all 3 points in a tough contest with Frome.
Frome Town made their way to Imber court all the way from Somerset, for this league tie. It will be a close game today as there are only two places separating these teams.
Blues dominated most of the possession for most of the first half but never created any good opportunities.
Blues broke the deadlock just before the break when a deadly free kick was brought in the box and Blackmore got a touch just to bring it beyond Carey.
Half time: Met police 1-0 Frome Town
Frome applied more pressure than they did first half but it was the blues had the chance to double the lead after Knight put it across goal but it was missed by two players.
After good link up play between Mazzone and Webb, Josh Webb had a shot inside the box only to be saved by the fingertips of Carey.
Charlie Burns proved himself on his debut after an outstanding save as Gormans shot was pushed on to the bar by his fingertips.
Blues were then denied their second again after Mazzone headed off the bar after Gilbert put his cross in.
Frome grabbed their equaliser from an own goal by Webb as it just hit him from a long ball and went past Burns.
Moments later blues regained their lead by Blackmore who beat Carey to the ball before placing it from an acute angle.
Burns saved blues in the last second after he palmed Gormans shot away.