The Monday Night Football came from Cobdown this week with K Sports hosting Tunbridge Wells in front of what ended being 207 highly entertained spectators.
The game was goalless at the break though but the hosts would have been ahead had Aaron Lee-Wharton not saved a 7th minute penalty.
Shortly after the interval K Sports took the lead through Kane Butler but Wells quickly restored parity when Jordan Wells scored.
Lee-Wharton would then, incredibly, save another penalty but his joy was short-lived when Michael Oshin put The Paperboys back in front with 20 minutes to play.
In the final stages of the match Tunbridge Wells levelled, with Harry Hudson’s header earning them their first point of the campaign.
The draw sees K Sports hit the top of the table ahead of the six fixtures taking place on Tuesday night.