Hemel Hempstead Town 1-1 Harrow
Harrow kept their hopes of progressing in the FA Cup alive by earning a replay from a very tricky tie at high-flying British Gas Business Premier Division side Hemel Hempstead Town on Saturday.
David Howell rang the changes, leaving out Lee Hall, Rickey Browne, Daniel McGonigle, Kwasi Frempong and Kai Williams for the in coming Blake Goodman, Danny Leech, Bobby Highton, Jamie Lawrence and, on his return to the club, Dewayne Clarke.
It was Clarke who had a hand in the goal with 15 minutes left of the first half when he set up Jonathan Constant for a shot that was turned round. From the resulting corner however, Constant's near-post delivery was met simultaneously by Hemel keeper Brown's fists and Boro captain Walters' head, giving Boro a 1-0 lead.
Harrow then suffered a blow when a bloodied Grieves had to leave the field after a clash of heads, a deep wound needing 10 stitches leaving him facing two weeks on the sidelines.
Although his replacement, Kurt Morlese, worked very hard, Borough lost a focal point for their attacks and after 42 minutes the Tudors levelled. Working back in defence, Constant made a badly-timed challenge on Martin, and Deeney sent Baptiste the wrong way from the resulting penalty.
Constant had a great chance to make amends in the 52nd minute when he was clear with Brown to beat, but his shot lacked power and the home keeper saved comfortably.
Both sides had half chances to take the tie but a couple of decent saves and fumbled strikes meant the game ended 1-1 - taking the game to a replay on Tuesday (September 16).