Bracknell Town and Marlow draw keeps it tight in Bostik League

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The Bostik League South Central Division 1’s top two met at Larges Lane on Saturday and a 3-3 draw meant was as you were.

Bracknell Town and Marlow clashed, the latter topping the table on 33 points and the former second with 30, but it was a second six goal draw in two league games for the Robins.

There was a start for the Robins new centre back Liam Eagle and Bracknell lead after just 13 minutes through Joe Grant but a Kameron English penalty on the half hour sent the sides in level at the break.

James Clark and Isaac Osei-Tutu then struck for Marlow on 50 and 70 minutes before a dramatic fightback, first thanks to a goal that was described by regular Robins watchers as coming off Adam Cornell’s back side after he charged down a clearance on 71 minutes.

Then Liam Ferdinand levelled on 80 minutes with what Bracknell’s twitter account called ‘a thunderous effort’ after a perfectly weighted ball from Joel Jacobs.

Liam Ferdinand. Photo: Neil Graham.
Liam Ferdinand. Photo: Neil Graham.

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The point apiece allowed third placed Hayes & Yeading United to close the gap on Bracknell to a point after a 5-1 win at home to FC Romania while fourth placed Waltham Abbey won 3-0 at home to Molesey and completing the top five Cheshunt drew 2-2 with Bedfont Sports.

At the other end of the table, bottom side South Park suffered a 5-2 home defeat by Ashford Town (Middx) after going in 1-1 at half time and Egham Town were beaten 3-1 at home by Northwood.

All Saturday’s Bostik League South Central Divison 1 results

  • Bracknell Town 3 – 3 Marlow
  • Chalfont St Peter 0 – 1 Ware
  • Cheshunt 2 – 2 Bedfont Sports
  • Egham Town 1 – 3 Northwood
  • Hanwell Town 1 – 4 Westfield
  • Hayes & Yeading United 5 – 1 FC Romania
  • Hertford Town 5 – 2 Chipstead
  • South Park 2 – 5 Ashford Town (Middx)
  • Tooting & Mitcham United 4 – 2 Uxbridge
  • Waltham Abbey 3 – 0 Molesey

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