Jan 7 2013 By Matt Lewis
Mark Bentley Image 2
BLUE SQUARE SOUTH
Dorchester Town 2
Hayes & Yeading 2
JAMAL Lowe struck in stoppage time for the second game running as Hayes & Yeading scraped a point at Dorchester.
The on-loan Barnet striker followed up his New Year’s Day goalscoring exploits with two more here to secure a dramatic draw for the visitors.
Nas Bashir was forced to make one change to the side that beat Maidenhead as Mark Bentley (pictured) returned from suspension in place of the injured Jamie Hand.
Dorchester made all of the early running but were fortunate to take the lead as Pele turn into his own net on 26 minutes following good work from Ben Watson.
Bentley picked up a knock at the end of the first-half and was replaced by Lowe who injected plenty of energy into Hayes & Yeading’s slow starters.
Despite his introduction, the Magpies extended their lead midway through the second period as Watson latched onto a through-ball and finished superbly.
There was to be late drama as Lowe grabbed a lifeline for the visitors but when Adam Bygrave’s last-minute header hit the bar it looked like the points were lost.
However, United launched one final attack and Lowe sped in to take the ball around helpless Dorchester keeper Jason Matthews and roll home the winner.