Hartley Wintney made the long trek to South Devon and picked up a very creditable point against an in-form Plymouth Parkway following a goalless stalemate, writes David Graham.

The home side held a slight edge throughout but a well-organised and determined Row defence proved hard to break down.

On the few occasions, the Parkway had efforts on goal they found Row keeper Marcin Brzozowski in fine form.

Hartley had a decent chance in the first half when Harry Cooksley had an opening but his parting shot was dragged wide.

In the second period, play continued in the same vein with defences very much on top.

Plymouth applied considerable pressure towards the end.

However it was Hartley that almost won the match in added time when a breakaway saw Zidan Akers get free. But the Row forwad shot wide of goal.

Under manager Rowan Vine and assistant Shane Hollomby Hartley are becoming a more resolute side.