North Leigh are now winless in five matches after a 1-1 draw with Wimborne Town.
The Millers started the game in fine form having two good efforts in the opening five minutes.
Wayne Turk’s curling effort went just wide and Jordan Lymn’s low drive had Wimborne’s ‘keeper Gerald Benfield on his toes.
But to coincide with their rotten run at the moment, The Millers went behind moments later.
Luke Holmes ran into Leigh’s penalty area and had his low shot saved by Manny Agboola, but the goalkeeper could only parry it to leading goal scorer Tobias Holmes, who smashed it into the centre of the goal from six yards out.
Two minutes later, Leigh had a glorious chance to equalise.
Captain Lance Williams chased a lose ball into Wimborne territory, ran into the penalty area and clipped a low cross in for George Seacole, whose ferocious effort across the goal went out for a throw in.
The hosts continued to increase the tempo and put pressure on the Wimborne defence, which finally paid off six minutes before half-time.
Keeper Benfield rushed out of goal to collect an over-hit Leigh through ball, which Seacole decided to chase down.
After collecting the ball on the edge of the box, the goalkeeper inexplicably spilled it allowing the striker to redeem himself after his terrible miss, by tapping into the empty net from 12 yards.
The second half saw Leigh dominate the game but couldn’t find that all-important winner.
Leigh, who also beat Oxford City 3-0 at Eynsham Park on Tuesday to reach the final of the Oxfordshire County Cup, now face a run of four away games, starting against table toppers Hereford on Saturday.
North Leigh next play at home on Saturday, April 1.
They move into 11th place on 50 points, one position and one point behind Wimborne, but do have four games in hand.