A GOAL four minutes into injury time denied Salisbury all three points at Hendon on Saturday.

The Whites gave a debut to new loan signing centre half Ben Morgan from Bristol Rovers.

The 20-year-old is initially at the Ray Mac for a month and had spells at Brackley, Frome and Yate.

It was Hendon who were first to score as they took the lead after seven minutes, this was thanks to Shaquille Hippolyte-Patrick.

After this Tom Whelen fired wide for the Whites and Dan Fitchett had a shot saved, as the visitors looked for the equaliser.

Salisbury goalkeeper James Hillson then did well to save at the feet of Hendon goal scorer Hippolyte-Patrick.

It proved a vital stop as two minutes into time added on at the end of the first half.

A Lewis Benson was headed on by Elliot Wheeler and Fitchett scored with an overhead kick.

Just after the hour, Salisbury took the lead as Fitchett scored again from Lewis Benson after good work from Whelan.

That looked to have secured all three points for the Whites, until a cross from Hippolyte-Patrick to the far post saw Connor Calcutt head in a late equaliser.

The point means Salisbury are now third in the table level on points with second placed Weymouth.

Tomorrow, they are in action again at Basingstoke, who won at Weymouth on Saturday 2-1.