Slazenger seconds produced a much improved performance to take a point off a strong Bankers side and can consider themselves unlucky not to take all three. The game started with bankers in the supremacy creating a number of chances, with keeper Lee Secker keeping slaz in it.
Slaz soon found their feet though and started to create chances of their own, Andy Foreman going close on a couple of occasions. And it was the slaz pressure that paid off, Rich Hutchins turning in a Ben Garside through ball to go in at the break a goal to the good. Bankers started the second half as they did the first, drawing level and then taking a lead somewhat against the run of play.
Slaz soon began to dominate though, Garside running the midfield and Hutchins dominating throughout the field of play. Slaz created a number of chances, drawing level through a subtle Foreman flick and they were unlucky not to grab all three points. This was a strong performance from Slaz seconds, one which they will look to build on next week.