Hartley Wintney secured a 1-1 draw after making the long trek to Bolitho Park Plymouth for the second successive week.

Erstwhile league leaders Truro City are currently playing in Plymouth while their new Stadium is being developed in their hometown.

The Row started the match as long odds against outsiders having not recorded a win since Boxing Day. However, an inspired performance earned them an unlikely point against a highly impressive Cornish side.

The White Tigers were immediately on the prowl and the Hartley goal came under a considerable amount of early pressure.

On 23 minutes the White Tigers pounced and took the lead in fortunate circumstances.  A break down the right saw Matthew Wright sent in a low cross which was deflected and the unfortunate Brozoowski could only palm the ball into the goal. (1-0)

On 30 minutes the Row pulled level with a splendid goal. Louie Paget made a surging run down the left before finding Zidan Akers further forward. The Row forward cut in and fired a long shot from a tight angle past James Hamon in the Truro goal.

After the halftime break, Hartley started well and on 47 minutes they had the ball in the net. Josh Webb found Akers who scored but the celebrations were cut short with the flag of the assistant referee.

Four minutes later, Truro could have gone ahead when a right-wing cross was headed wide by Neal who was well-placed.

Hartley had good opportunities on the break and a number of promising situations ended with the final forwad link up just going awry. 

On 86 minutes another chance arrived for Truro when a corner from Brett was headed over by Haste.

Deep into added time the White Tigers had a chance to seal the points when Brett found space inside the Hartley area and his parting shot brought out a good save from Brozozowski diving to his right.

Hartley held on to claim an excellent point against a very impressive Truro City side. All in all, it was one of the best performances all season from a rapidly improving Row side.