Deeping denied as ten-man Boston battle back for a draw

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Deeping blew a two-goal lead, despite facing ten men for more than half-an-hour.

Tuncay Korkmaz’s side seemed certain to take all three points when the hosts’ Paul Goodhand was sent off 12 minutes into the second half for pushing his hand into Craig Parker’s face.

Deeping were 2-0 up at the time thanks to a Ryan Oliver double.

Deeping’s leading scorer swept home Scott Ginty’s free-kick after half-an-hour and then doubled the lead three minutes later when latching onto Matt Heron’spass.

Dan Flack was harshly adjudged to have pushed an opponent to concede a penalty whichMatt Kennedy converted with quarter-of-an-hour to go and the same player levelled five minutes from the time.

There was still time fo Oliver to find the nt again only for it to b ruled ou for offside.

Deeping; Doughty, Flack, Parker, Tinkler, Ashton, Braithwaite , Beck (Cartwright), Ginty, Oliver, Heron (Holt) . Graham (Bogusz). Not used; Burton-Jones.