Wick were brought back down to earth after their excellent win at Lebeq in midweek when they were held to a draw by Henbury. With very little action until the 44th minute when Henbury took the lead with a great strike from the edge of the box by Harvey Moran. Henbury were reduced to ten men on 51 minutes when Adam Rosser was shown a straight red for a foul. Wick pressed hard and were rewarded with an equalising goal on 70 minutes that was stabbed in by Jordan Scott following a goalmouth scramble. The home side retook the lead on 80 minutes from a long kick from keeper Cameron Tarr that saw a Wick defender slip as he went for the ball and that allowed Moran in on a one-on- one situation and he made no mistake Henbury were 2-1 up. With just 3 minutes to go Wick were awarded a penalty and Shaun Morris hit the back of the net to make the final score 2-2.
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