Slough's inability to kill teams off cost them three points in a
game they should have won comfortably.
Northwood had barley threatened when Matt Murphy gave the home
side the lead on 14 minutes, heading in Michael Murphy's corner.
Slough had several chance to put the game to bed, the best of
them being Matt Murphy's close range shot well saved by the visiting
goalkeeper after being set up by Glen Harris.
The fans from both teams had to wait some 15 minutes to see the
first real action of the second half, Leigh Mason caught in a bad
position to head wide Josias Carbon's teasing cross.
Straight from the resulting goal kick, Northwood went straight up
the other end of the pitch and equalised, Kris McHale heading in a
cross at the far post after goalkeeper Michael Parkin had been left
Slough now have only one game left before Thursday's Bryco Cup
Final. Slough fans are left hoping that the team haven't hit bottom
form at precisely the wrong time, and that the long season has
finally caught up with them and that the players are saving
themselves for the Cup Final.