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Essam’s late strike earns home side share of spoils

Dan York

HENLEY TOWN came from behind twice to secure a point from their 2-2 Division 1 clash with LOXWOOD PARK RANGERS at the Triangle Ground last Sunday.

The home side started the game well and their first chance of the game came when Dan York found space in the box but his shot clipped the post and went out for a goal kick.

Loxwood took the lead just after 20 minutes when a loose ball in the Henley box fell to their striker who made no mistake. Soon after Aaron Brittian saw his effort from outside the box tipped over the bar by the Loxwood goalkeeper.

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