The local derby between Twentyten and Hook ended in a 1-1 draw; the exact score line from when the sides met a few weeks ago. 

The Ten started well and took the lead on 13 minutes. Ryan Lupton and Joshua Bromley combined well in midfield to set up Joe Osborne who fired home (1-0). Both defences dominated with the Ten holding a slight edge but unable to create a clear cut chance. Hook came into the game and on 37 minutes a good move down the right saw the cross find Ash Wood running into the area. Lewis Murphy the Ten goalie came out and made a smart save.

If the home side had a slight edge in the first half, Hook dominated most of the second period. On 50 minutes a long ball from player-manager Dan Mellors picked out the run of Ricky Stephens to get behind the Ten defence. Murphy came to the Ten rescue with a good save. However Stephens was not to be denied and on 55 minutes equalised for the visitors. Again it was a long pass that saw Ricky Stephens time his run behind the Ten defence to perfection. The parting shot was blocked by Murphy but Stephens following up scored from the rebound. (1-1)

Hook laid siege to the Twentyten goal and the home defence did well to block several goal bound efforts. Mellors pushed up from a defence role to striker and on 74 minutes had a chance to score. A long ball undone the Ten defence and Mellors shot wide.  The introduction of substitutes by the Ten brought them back into the game.  A short spell of pressure saw a good cross from the right not fully cleared by the visitors defence and Jack Clarke saw his goal bound effort blocked.

Hook responded and on 82 minutes a free kick on the edge of the area saw the Ben Morris shot go just wide. Ten put together their best move of the match on 85 minutes when a Matt Osborne cross from the left found Dan Hancock who saw his effort from close range deflected wide. The Ten had another chance a minute later when following a free kick Tom Skinner saw his shot well saved by Sam Barker in the visitors goal. A free kick for Hook a minute later on the edge of the box saw the Ben Morris effort beat the wall but just shave the post. 

The visitors finished strongly and on 88 minutes a cross from Mellors picked out Matt Comer who directed his header wide. The final chance of the match arrived in added time. Ben Morris sent Mellors clear of the Ten defence. The erstwhile striker dribbled around Murphy but his parting shot went over the crossbar.