JOSH HODSON’S 80th-minute try gave Chinnor a 27-27 draw against Rosslyn Park in a soaking battle at the Rock.

Craig Holland kicked 17 points for Park while three tries against them saw Caoloan Ryan’s last conversion level the match.

Park gain the lead on four minutes as a penalised Chinnor maul let Holland kick for three points.

The visitors were level 15 minutes later through Laurence May’s boot – but Park’s No.10 replied immediately to regain the lead.

After May pulled Chinnor level again on 25 minutes, a massive drive from Ehize Ehizode put them ahead on the half-hour.

Park were given hope at half-time, though, when Willie Ryan was sin-binned for an offside interception and Holland kicked his third penalty.

And Kieran Power’s men were a point away from Chinnor when Holland booted from under the posts on 46 minutes.

But a slip in Park’s defence three minutes later saw Ryan come from the sin bin to stroll across the line.

The home side responded on 54 minutes as Neville Edwards chased down Dave Lewis’ kick before a fifth Holland penalty drew them level.

And the lead was regained with 13 minutes to go, Hugo Ellis finishing a huge maul.

But an agonising end saw Henry Spencer sin-binned on 73 minutes and Hodson run into space for Ryan’s equalising conversion.

Richmond preview

Park will take on a massive London derby next week as they travel just across the River Thames to Richmond.

The National League 1 leaders cruised to a 50-0 win over bottom side Canterbury at the Marine Travel Ground.

This London derby is being reignited after three years where Park’s last trip to the Athletic Ground earned a 25-22 win.