Points escape London Colney despite much better performances
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London Colney’s week saw them only pick up one point but they may feel they could have got a few more.
They started with a thrilling game on Saturday with a stirring comeback earning them a 2-2 draw at Cockfosters.
George Beattie had scored twice just passed the midway point of the first-half to give the hosts a solid advantage.
However, there would be drama by the end as the Blueboys battled back.
First Chris Griffin hit a shot that bamboozled the Cockfosters’ defence and nestle in the back of the net.
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And Colney drew level thanks to an effort from Kit Brown.
They could have won it late on but had to settle for a point.
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That looked as if it would be their prize on Tuesday night away to Tring Athletic.
But with five minutes to go the hosts were awarded a penalty for handball after a thunderbolt of a strike.
The protests earned Jack Mace a red card and Kieran Turner converted the spot-kick.