AN INJURY time goal helped Hook snatch a last gasp draw against Twentyten in Hampshire Premier League Division1 North, writes David Graham.

The first half saw plenty of Hook possession at their picturesque King George V playing fields, but no real clear cut chances.

On the other side, Twentyten made three clear chances on the break. If taken, the away side would have comfortably won the match early on.

Joz Osborne, Steve Bean and Dan Hancock all failed find the Hook net.

But Steve Bean's superb freekick from 20 yards was perfectly executed into the top corner on 25 mins, giving Twentyten a 1-0 lead.

The second half saw a more urgent and aggressive Hook team and only a good one-on-one save from Keeper Murphy kept the scores the same.

Hook huffed and puffed, but there were no clear chances and the points looked to be going to Twentyten until on 91 mins.

A Hook player crossed from 30 yards out. With the ball looking like going out over the bar for a goal kick. It dropped sharply to rebound of the upright and level at 1-1.

On Saturday, November 20, Twentyten have an attractive fixture against the league leaders Andover New Street Swifts at the Hampshire Football HQ in Winklebury. Kick off 2pm. Entrance is free.