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The Cherries once again gave the opposition a head start as Danny Hollands netted at the wrong end in the 11th minute. However, Hollands made amends on the half hour mark smashing a volley past the Luton keeper.
The second half saw both teams keen on taking the game to the opposition with Supa Fletch failing to capitalise early on. Just past the hour mark Thomson made way for McQuoid as the Cherries pushed for the winner.
Fletcher tried with a decent volley before he and Igoe were replaced by Goulding and Connell. Both teams huffed and puffed as they went looking for the winner, but a draw proved to be a fair result.