Enfield Borough earned their first point away from home since August as a mid-table battle with Langdon ended 0-0.

After winning their opening two away games of the season, Borough had been on an eight-game losing run on their travels, but they finally ended that spell in an uninspiring encounter.

Both sides had chances early on as Alie Bangura drove wide for the visitors and Kyle Watson couldn’t keep control of his shot for the home side.

Guy Kiangebeni had the best chance to break the deadlock when he bundled a shot past Ben Watson, but his effort was eventually cleared off the line.

Henderson Browne came the closest of both sides in the second half, cutting inside after a mazy run and seeing his effort thud off the crossbar.

Largely, though, the game lacked quality and both sides will be content with a point.

Borough are back on the road in their next game, visiting Buckingham Athletic on Saturday, February 16.