Football round-up: Jones snatches thrilling point for Satsumas
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Wokingham's Khalid Senussi, orange, competes for the ball against Marlow. Pic by Alicia Field 130578.
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MATT Jones scored an injury-time equaliser to earn Wokingham & Emmbrook a deserved 3-3 draw against Hellenic Premier Division leaders Marlow.
Satsumas came from behind twice to gain a valuable point against Mark Bartley's in-form side.
James Rusby gave the hosts an early advantage and Khalid Senussi equalised 20 minutes before time to make the score 2-2.
Jones then scored deep into stoppage time to salvage an excellent point for Wokingham.
The result see Sumas remain in eighth position in the Premier Division.
Binfield missed the chance to move up to second after they were beaten 3-1 at home to Ardley United.
Nick Thorne gave Ardley the lead early in the second half and the Moles were soon three down with less than half an hour to go after two quickfire goals from Steve Howkins and Joe Eyre.
James Suarez got a consolation effort for Binfield, who have now lost ground on the runners-up spot with Slimbridge and Wantage Town closing in on them as well.
Bracknell Town's hopes of promotion from Division One East suffered a further blow after they could only draw 1-1 with Easington Sports.
Sam Barratt's deflected free-kick gave Robins the lead in the first half but Easington hit back in the second period to claim a share of the spoils.
Finchampstead did the Robins a favour by drawing 3-3 with leaders Rayners Lane, with Josh Sapsed scoring all the goals for Finch.
Eversley & California came from 4-2 down with 15 minutes to go to salvage a 4-4 draw with Worcester Park in Combined Counties Division One.
Premier Division side Sandhurst Town were without a game.
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This article appeared in Bracknell News 11 Feb 13