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Points shared in game of two halves

Greensnet Editor
Mon 29 Aug 2016, 18:12

It was very much a game of two halves at Silver Jubilee Park this afternoon as the first team drew 1-1 with Dulwich Hamlet.

The first half belonged to the Greens, who took a 9th minute lead when Spencer McCall converted a penalty after Niko Muir had been clipped inside the box. Unfortunately, whilst the Greens created chances they were unable to extend the lead.

The visitors made a tactical substitution at half time and as a result looked more like the Dulwich Hamlet that we've come to know in recent weeks and it was no surprise when they equalised through Gavin Tomlin in the 61st minute.

Both sides had chances to pinch a winner, but Brendan Norris was by far the busier keeper in the second period, making a number of good saves and interceptions.

It's a break from league action now for the first team, with Cheshunt visiting SJP on Saturday afternoon in the FA Cup.