HARTLEY Wintney came back from a three-goal deficit to draw the game 4-4 and share points with Plymouth Parkway at home on Saturday.

Parkway started off on the front foot and took the lead on eight minutes. An inswinging free kick on the left by Bill Parfrey completely deceived Row keeper Adam Desbois and dropped into the net at the far post (0-1).

Hartley put together their first notable move on 11 minutes which resulted in them pulling level. Zidan Akers crossed from the left and Callum Rose was unfortunate to deflect his attempted clearance in his own net (1-1).

Parkway moved into the ascendancy and took the lead again on 23 minutes. Ryan Lane made a good run down the left and after combining with Jack Crago fired in a shot. The Row defence were unable to clear and Lane following up blasted the ball home.(1-2)

Things got better for the visitors five minutes later. A long ball found Crago running behind the Row defence. Crago dribbled round Desbois before shooting into the empty net (1-3).

On 38 minutes with the Hartley defence looking threadbare the visitors added a fourth goal. Crago and Ben Seymour combined well down the left and the latter shot past Desbois (1-4).

It was evident that the Hartley team appeared to have had a pep talk from the team managers at the break and started the half briskly.

On 47 minutes the Row pulled a goal back. Good work by Anis Nuur on the right saw his cross deflected into the path of Teddy Davey who shot into the corner of the net from the edge of the penalty area (2-4).

On 55 minutes Hartley pulled another goal back. McLeish-White managed to get free inside the penalty area before being pulled down. Harry Cooksley took the spot kick which hit the inside of the post but entered the net off Moore the Plymouth goalie (3-4).

Hartley threw everything at the Plymouth goal with goalkeeper Desbois coming up for late corners. Just when it looked like the points were heading to the West Country the Row pulled level in the six minute of added time.

Eshun was clipped by Moore after getting beyond the visitors defence. The Parkway players protested and after a delay Harry Cooksley converted the penalty kick.