Wimnborne Town 2-2 Didcot Town: Magpies held by ten-man Railwaymen
Wimborne Town were held by Didcot Town - despite the visitors to Cuthbury having goalkeeper Marco Belloli-Pereira sent off after ten minutes.
The Magpies took the lead after Belloli-Pereira was given his marching orders for a foul on George Webb. The penalty was converted by Micky Hubbard - with the Dorset side keeping their lead until the break.
After the restart, Didcot leveled through Morgan Williams - as he hit a curling effort from outside the area past Wimborne goalkeeper Jason Harvell.
Wimborne missed a glorious chance to re-take the lead almost instantly. Didcot's substitute goalkeeper Mauro Pereira saved Matt Kemble's effort, but Jamie Davidson vollied wide on the rebound.
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Didcot's ten men had the better of the second half, forcing Harvell to make some strong saves. However, against the run of play the Magpies restored their advantage.
Davidson's clever ball sent Webb down the wing, and his cross was met by Aiden Sainsbury - who vollied home.
The visitors continued to press and were rewarded with ten minutes remaining when Williams' free-kick evaded the wall and Harvell to tie up the scores once again.
Wimborne ended the game strongly - but couldn't find the decisive goal. Jon Blake thought he had stolen all three points for the Magpies when he headed home in injury time.
However, the goal was ruled out for offside.