BILLERICAY Town boss Jamie O’Hara was pleased to see his side secure a hard-fought 0-0 draw at fourth-placed Weymouth.

The share of the spoils saw Town move up to 18th in the National League South standings.

And O’Hara was proud of both the display and the support Town received on the road.

“It was a fantastic performance because this is a tough place to come,” said O’Hara.

“But the fans were different class for 96 minutes.

“They sung their hearts out and supported the team.

“In the last five minutes we were under pressure but you could see the players reacted to their support.

“It’s a long way for them to come and they were different class.

“What a set of fans we have.”

Billericay goalkeeper Alan Julian impressed on his 150th appearance for the club and O’Hara was also impressed by Michael Chambers.

“I’ve brought in Michael Chambers and that’s made a difference,” said O’Hara.

“These are the type of players we want but they’re hard to get as this point in the season.

“We’ve been trying and trying and finally we’ve got one.

“I thought he was different class but we could’ve won it too.

“We had a couple of good chances so the game was there for us to win but we’ll take a point here every day of the week.”

>Concord Rangers suffered disappointment on the road, losing 1-0 at Hemel Hempstead who are managed by their former boss Sammy Moore.

Concord are 14th in the table.