Binfield Development team picked up a worthy point in Kent on Saturday afternoon when they drew 2-2 with fourth placed Tonbridge Angels in the Suburban Football League Premier Division.
The Moles looked dead and buried at 2-0 but an 88th minute goal from Josh Smith sparked a revival and Matt Davies got the all important equaliser in injury time.
Forward Charlie Craske posted on twitter after the game: “Always better when we score in the 88th minute and injury time”.
Always better when we score in the 88th and injury time⚽️🔴@Binfieldfc
— Charlie Craske⚽️ (@craskeyy) September 24, 2016
The result wasn’t enough to get Binfield off the foot of the Suburban Premier League table but the Moles have a chance to get a confidence boosting run together when they face lower division Ascot United at home in the League Cup on Monday night before a tough visit from Corinthian Casuals.
In the Central Division, it looks like Bracknell Town’s title to lose already – they remain top after four games with a 100% record and have played three fewer games than second placed Westfield.
The Robins visit Ascot United on (tonight) Tuesday looking to extend that record.
Main image: Liam Vaughan makes a save for Binfield FC by James Green.
See the full gallery of images from James Green at Tonbridge on Saturday on our facebook page here.