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Two Pitman penalties and a Moseley strike were only enough to give the Cherries a point.
For the third game in a row the visitors gave the opposition a goal head start. A Moseley strike drew the Cherries level ten minutes before half-time.
Twenty minutes into the second half Hollands was needlessly fouled in the area and Pitman dispatched the first of his penalties with aplomb. As the Cherries went in search of a third Pearce was ajudged to have been fouled and Pitman put away his second penalty of the afternoon.
With only minutes remaining on-loan Bournemouth goalkeeper Button took centre stage. Beevers shot looked to have been saved but Button somehow managed to get the ball in the net for what looked like a consolation. Five minutes of injury time saw a long range shot from Frecklington score a very late, and underserved, equaliser.