London Tigers lost a second-half lead and had a late goal disallowed as they were pegged back for a 2-2 draw at Stotfold on Saturday.
Tigers saw Yahya El-Khabouche’s strike cancelled out by Nyasha Saawete for a share of the spoils in the Spartan South Midlands Premier Division clash.
This came after Hesham Benmansour had equalised following Adam Pennington giving the hosts the lead.
Tigers had the ball in the back of the net in the 89th minute through Benmansour but the referee disallowed the goal after spotting an infringement in the build up.
Home keeper Adam Harpur made several excellent saves to deny the Tigers all three points.
Benmansour began the match brightly but was denied twice by Harpur and although Tigers stopper Arlys Pampolim made an excellent save to deny Sygwate’s powerful effort, Pennington headed home from a cross moments later.
The visitors levelled a minute before the break through Benmansour's driven effort from 15 yards.
Tigers started the second half brightly and they were rewarded with a goal from El-Khabouche as his low strike went through several pairs of legs and nestled in the back of the net.
And they looked comfortable until a defensive mix up between Pampolim and centre-back Stavros Panagiotou allowed Pennington to nip in and play the ball to Sygwate who ran the ball into the empty net.
Benmansour thought he had won the game only to be denied by the referee's whistle as the two sides shared the spoils.
Tigers are next in action against Colney Heath on Saturday.
Harefield United conceded a late goal as they suffered a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Hadley.
Garry Senior had scored twice to bring Harefield level after early goals from Jernade Meade and Kieren Smith had put Hadley ahead.
But it was Hadley who had the last laugh as Domenico Petrucci scored a winner in the 89th minute.
Harefield host St Margaretsbury on Saturday in their next fixture.
Hillingdon Borough went down 2-1 to Hoddesdon Town following a Meshach Williams double for the hosts.
Tom Kirk scored in the 76th minute but it only proved to be a consolation for Borough, who are due back in action tonight when they host Ampthill Town.
Meanwhile, in Division One, Edgware Town recorded a 2-1 win at Chesham United Reserves.
Mahad Nur and Benjamin Hayford scored two second half goals as Edgware recovered from an early Reece Cameron strike.
Edgware are in action on Wednesday night in the Middlesex Premier Cup second round at CB Hounslow United.
Southall’s match against Crawley Green was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch and they travel to Bedfont & Feltham in the second round of the Middlesex Premier Cup tomorrow night.
In Division Two, Ealing Town shared the spoils with Mursley United after a 1-1 draw.
Jordan Rocco gave Ealing the lead from the spot before the interval but a second half penalty from Kevin Goodluck secured a draw for the visitors.
Ealing play hosts to Kent Athletic next Saturday afternoon.
Meanwhile, Premier Division outfit Wembley suffered a gut-wrenching exit from the FA Vase second round after being beaten 4-3 by Brantham Athletic after extra time.
The match finished 2-2 in normal time after Yassine Fehmi-Gil had given the hosts a two goal lead.
But they inexplicably squandered that in the last five minutes through goals from Simon Mann and Jamie Beecham.
Wayne Walters then equalised for Wembley in extra time after Kieran Lawler had put Brantham ahead but Mann had the last laugh as he scored with four minutes to go.
The Lions are due to host Stotfold tonight in the Challenge Trophy second round.