A determined Slough side, out to avenge their FA Cup defeat earlier
in the season were denied all three points by a injury time leveller
by Nevin Saroya.
The Rebels had taken the lead after only two
minutes, Matt Murphy's lob getting the better of Yeading goalkeeper
Ross Flitney from Darron Wilkinson's long ball.
The hosts equaliser soon afterwards. Within one minute of DJ
Campbell being denied by Rebels goalkeeper Michael Parkin, Davis
Haule met Leon Woodruffe's corner and just about managed to cross
the line despite Michael Parkin's attempts to keep it out.
With ten minutes gone and Slough went 2-1 up. Michael Murphy's
free-kick found the head of Matt Murphy who set up Leigh Mason to
hit the ball on the half-volley to put the Rebels into the lead.
After several missed attempts at both ends of the pitch, Slough
managed to go into the half-time break with a two goal cushion.
Just minutes after Matt Murphy had hit the post with a header, he
found the back of the net for the second time in the game when he
tapped Steve Daly's flick on over the goalkeeper.
With just under an hour on the gone, it was looking like Slough
would take the points, but Steve Wales put Yeading back into the
game when he fired a shot past Michael Parkin following Protain's
Slough were beginning to get shaky at the back as time went on
and Yeading kept piling on the pressure with the hosts going close
on a number of occasions, and the inevitable happened in injury
time. Alex Stanley unleashed a free-kick into the box for Nevin
Saroya to fire the ball past Michael Parkin to give Yeading a point.