By Jamie Arrowsmith 23/04 Updated: 25/04 11:53
AFC Hayes 2 Rugby Town 2
Southern League Division One Central
RUGBY'S play-off hopes came to an end on Saturday afternoon as their draw, coupled with Beaconsfield's victory at Fleet, sealed their fate and consigned them to a third successive season in the Southern League regional divisions.
Town produced a better display then the previous week when they were well beaten at North Greenford but they were still not at their best and had to settle for a point when Town netted an 88th minute equaliser.
The visitors were presented with a golden chance to take the lead in the first half when Robbie Banks was fouled in the box but Luke Keen's effort was saved.
They did lead five minutes into the second half though when Seb Lake-Gaskin's inswinging cross was lobbed over his own keeper by Defty when under pressure from Keen.
Hayes controlled matters for the next 20 minutes as they looked for an equaliser and it arrived through Chakiadza who headed past Dave Bevan.
The Rugby keeper then did well to keep out Woods as Hayes pressed for a second but the visitors caught them on the break when Lake-Gaskin released Banks down the right and the midfielder's pass to Tyrone Fagan was perfect for him to prod home his 13th of the season from close range.
Rugby defended well for the majority of time remaining but Hayes grabbed a point in the dying stages when Kisuule found space to roll a shot into the corner of the net.
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