SEAN Moore is fast earning the title of 'super-sub' at Bracknell Town, writes Dave Wright.

Earlier this month he took over in goal after 10 minutes from the injured Mark Scott and performed well to help his side beat South Park 4-3.

And last Saturday, the former Binfield forward came off the bench to score a late equaliser in the 1-1 draw at Bedfont Sports.

Moore's arrival certainly made a difference, as he gave the Robins a much-needed lift from what had been a below-par team performance against the mid-table Eagles.

Despite playing on a 3G pitch, Town failed to play with their usual rhythm and cohesion, the forwards struggling in particular, although they did not always receive the best of services.

The team's movement off the ball was also not up to its usual standard in what was generally an uncharacteristically disjointed display.

Far too many through balls and crosses were overhit, though that may have had something to do with the windy conditions.

The Robins started to become frustrated with themselves, even leading to a few choice words between themselves.

Both sides created very few chances in a rather nondescript opening 45 minutes, but Bedfont looked marginally the more dangerous in the penalty area and Town's Chris Grace was the busier of the two goalies.

The start of the second half brought a slight improvement by Bracknell, with Ash Artwell involved in two early promising attacks with the midfielder forcing home keeper Matte Pearson to make his first noteworthy save of the game.

At the other end, Joel Jacob did well to deflect Callum O'Sullivan's full-blooded drive away for a corner.

But the Eagles made the breakthrough just after the hour mark. Charlie Postance, given too many space, saw his initial effort pushed out by Grace, only to smash the ball home at the second attempt.

As Town tried to hit straight back, Adam Cornell saw his header saved by Pearson before they were forced into making a change with Moore taking over from the limping Ashwell. And he quickly set up a chance which Liam Ferdinand headed straight at the keeper.

The sub went even closer when, from a long diagonal pass by Matt Day from the half-way line, Moore cut in from the right before unleashing a thunderbolt of a shot which rattled the underside of the crossbar, bounced down and out.

With another substitute, Kensley Maloney, also causing problems for Bedfont, Town started to look more menacing going forwards and Moore put Ferdinand through, only for his effort to be blocked by the onrushing Pearson.

When these two sides had met at Larges Lane last October, it needed an 88th-minute goal for Town to grab a 1-1 draw and on Saturday it came a minute later, with three minutes of stoppage time to be added on.

Maloney's high ball was only partially cleared and fell to the alert Moore, who lashed a fierce left-footer into the net to secure the draw.

Following two successive 1-1 draws, Bracknell are third in the South Central Division of the Bostik League, seven points behind leaders Hayes & Yeading and one adrift of Marlow, who move up to second place.

This coming Saturday, they take on 13th-placed Uxbridge at Larges Lane and next Tuesday (7.45pm) visit rock bottom Egham.