Badshot Lea manager Gavin Smith praised his side's character after they came back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 against Marlow in the Isthmian League South Central Division on Tuesday night.

The Baggies fell behind in the fifth minute through Khalid Simmo's header. Dawid Rogalski then doubled Marlow's lead on 20 minutes when his drilled shot found the back of the net.

The Baggies pulled a goal back in the 31st minute when Callum Wiltshire's excellent ball over the top found Tane Caubo, who produced a calm finish.

The home side equalised in first-half stoppage time through Anuar Ceesay's spectacular strike into the top corner.

Smith was pleased with his side's efforts after they came back to earn a point.

"I thought we did well," said Smith. "Going 2-0 down we're disappointed with – but they took full advantage of our bad start.

"It took us a while to grow into the game. We looked a little bit nervous – a little bit unsure of what we were up against.

"Once we grew into the game we had some good composure. I think a draw's a fair result.

"We had some chances we felt we could have done better with in the second half when we were on top, but then they could have nicked it a couple of times as well.

"We were playing against a side that was very good going forward, so for us it's a good point. We're a little disappointed we didn't make something count, but I'm sure they'll be exactly the same."

Next up for the Baggies is a home game against Guernsey in the Isthmian League South Central Division on Saturday (2pm).