Farnham Town extended their unbeaten run in the Combined Counties Premier Division South with a 1-1 draw at home to Cobham.

Shamal Edwards gave Farnham a second-half lead from the penalty spot, but Derick Hayford’s header meant honours were even in front of a crowd of 197 at The Memorial Ground.

Farnham created their first chance in the tenth minute when Kai Tanner whipped in a cross from the left which Adam Liddle headed over the bar.

Town went close again two minutes later when Jack Dean’s ball from the right was headed wide of the right-hand post by Liddle.

Harry Cooksley’s perfectly-weighted through ball with the outside of his right boot found Charlie Postance on 15 minutes, but his effort from a tight angle hit the side netting.

Liddle went close again on 40 minutes, but his effort was well saved by Cobham keeper Rourke Pickford at his near post.

Cobham pressed Farnham well throughout the first half, and the sides went into the break on level terms at 0-0.

Town made a triple change at the break with Edwards, Brandon Kalu and Lamar Koroma coming on for Dean Rule, Max Meaton and Cooksley.

Edwards made an immediate impact when he got on the end of a ball over the top and won Farnham a penalty in the 49th minute. Edwards took the spot-kick himself and sent Pickford the wrong way to open the scoring.

Edwards nearly got his second on 57 minutes when he got on the end of Ryan Kinnane’s ball into the box, but he put his header over the bar.

Cobham equalised in the 70th minute when Hayford got in front of his man to head home from close range.

Farnham pushed for a winner, but ultimately had to settle for a share of the spoils.

Next up for Farnham is a trip to League Two Sutton United in the Surrey Senior Cup semi-finals on Thursday evening (7.45pm).