Priory travelled to league leaders Bar Hill with a depleted squad and put in a brave display to come away with a 2-2 draw. After only a couple of minutes play Priory were further hampered by an injury to influential defender Kaine O’Connor. Priory opened the scoring when Bradley Winfield received the ball on the edge of the penalty area; he smartly laid the ball into the path of the on rushing Jake Trainell who took the ball in the box before easily beating the keeper. Towards half time Priory extended their lead again it came from the boot of Jake Trainell, this time Lee Adams lofted a ball over the defence and Jake Trainell beat the advancing keeper to the ball and cleverly lobbed it over him into the empty net.
Priory started the second half on the attack but couldn’t get the all important third goal. Soon Bar Hill began to dominate the match for large periods but they were having great trouble in getting past the Priory defence being superbly marshalled by stand in centre back James Thomas. Bar Hill pulled a goal back from a set piece which pinged around the penalty box for what seemed an eternity before finding it’s way into the net via a couple of deflections. Although Bar Hill dominated possession Priory always looked threatening on the counter attack but with less than a minute left on the clock Bar Hill won another corner, which they forced home to get the draw.