Bognor remained third in the premier division despite having to settle for a draw away to Kingstonian.

Rocks boss Jack Pearce will be satisfied with a point after seeing the hosts have the better of the contest.

Kingstonian should have taken the lead in the opening 15 minutes when Grant Payne rounded keeper Craig Stoner only for his cross to be headed over the top at the back post by former Albion striker Stafford Browne.

The home side took the lead in the 38th minute when a free-kick was cleared out wide to Mark Jones whose ball back into the box was headed home from close range by Browne.

The hosts should have increased the lead before the break but Browne was denied by a fine save from Stoner.

The second half saw Stephen Broad able to bring the ball down in the box from a corner only for his effort to be deflected wide.

Mark Beard was then denied when he broke into the box as Stoner was able to scramble his effort clear.

Matt Russell stole a point for the Rocks in the 86th minute when he was first to reach a reverse ball from Guy Rutherford and turned in the box before rifling into the far corner of the net.

Just minutes later Daniel Beck came close to nicking all three points only to rifle his effort across the face of goal and wide.