Weale grabs point for Glovers

Yeovil goalkeeper Chris Weale scored a dramatic late leveller as the Glovers came from two behind to draw 2-2 with already-relegated Hereford.

Last Updated: 21/04/09 at 23:02 Post Comment

Weale: Rescued point for Glovers

Weale: Rescued point for Glovers

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United went ahead in Tuesday's League One clash at Huish Park through Jennison Myrie-Williams after 27 minutes when he knocked in Steve Guinan's cross from close range.

The Glovers ought to have levelled after 58 minutes when Sam Gwynne fouled Gavin Tomlin in the area but on-loan Spurs man Andros Townsend blasted the kick over the top.

And Yeovil were punished two minutes later when Guinan was unmarked to smash in a left-wing cross from Matt Done.

Luke Rodgers pulled one back for the Glovers 12 minutes from time with a smart shot from just inside the box, before Weale earned his side a crucial point in the battle against the drop when he headed home Kieran Murtagh's corner in the fourth minute of stoppage time.

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