Hemsworth MW end run of defeats with draw against Goole
Hemsworth MW stopped the rot after their run of defeats, but were left frustrated again after drawing 2-2 at home to Goole AFC in the Premier Division of the Toolstation NCE League.
Both sides held the lead during the game before having to settle for a point in a competitive match.
Hemsworth are still looking for their first win of the season and found themselves behind again when a deflected effort gave Goole the first goal after just eight minutes.
Layton Swaine levelled for Wells on the half-hour and they went in front after the break when Sam Tingle struck.
The lead was only to last two minutes, however as Luke Williams made it 2-2.
The visitors went down to nine men for the closing 10 minutes when they had two players sent-off, but try as they might Hemsworth could not force the ball in for a winner.
They are next in action on Friday night when at home to Garforth Town (kick-off 7.45pm).
Last Saturday Hemsworth went out of the FA Vase at the first qualifying round stage when going down 5-2 at Selby Town.
On-loan striker Seon Ripley gave them a flying start with the opening goal on nine minutes and Kane Swinburn doubled the lead just before the half-hour, but it went wrong from that point.
Kain Rogerson gave Selby hope with a first half goal and they went on to net four unanswered goals after the interval, Luke Sellers, Flynn McNaughton (two) and Harry Clapham all scoring.