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HENLEY TOWN picked up a point as they drew 2-2 at HARCHESTER HAWKS.

In difficult conditions due to heavy rain and wind Henley had the first chance of the game when a Rowan Stacey corner almost went straight in but the Harchester goalkeeper managed to punch clear.

Henley took the lead just before the break when a Dan Sykes through ball found Harri Douglas inside the box who finished with a powerful low strike into the bottom left.

Early in the second half Harchester equalised through a 25-yard free kick. Henley started to take control and some strong running from Stacey won the visitors a penalty which Will Jaycock converted.

Henley were once again undone by a free kick which was floated into the box which the Harchester defender nodded down for their striker to equalise.

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