SALISBURY were stunned by a injury time equaliser at Harrow Borough, which denied them a deserved three points on Saturday.

The visitors were soon in control and just after the 15 minute mark, Danny Young sent the ball across the face of the Harrow net.

Soon after, Josh Sommerton’s deep cross was turned over the bar by the incoming Dan Fitchett, under pressure from Ryan Haugh.

After this, a Fitchett cross from the byline saw debutant Bay Downing’s diving header hit the post and Pablo Haysham put the rebound over the bar.

The Wiltshire side then hit the woodwork again from a Tom Whelan’s free-kick.

Borough's best chance of the opening 45 minutes came from George Moore, his 25-year strike being tipped over by

Jake Hallett

Straight after the interval, Salisbury's Jacob Wannell headed wide and home goalie Hafed Al-Droubi saved well from Haysham.

Harrow's Bayley Brown then fired just wide, before the Whites opened the scoring after 72 minutes.

A super cross from Whelan was headed home by Wannell.

As the game entered its final 10 minutes, the home side went looking for an equaliser and Ryan Moss tested Hallett.

Then a minute into added on time, Harrow scored as Antony O'Connor was allowed to run down the right and his cross was converted by Haugh.

Next for Salisbury is a home FA Cup tie against Yate on Saturday.