An injury-time equaliser denied Liss a third straight league victory on Saturday, as they drew against Infinity at Newman Collard.

Braydon Douglas stole in at the back post – after Liss goalkeeper Jack Tutton misjudged a deep cross from the left – and volleyed home to snatch a point for the visitors in the 4-4 draw.

Harry Osman scored a hat-trick of penalties for the visitors – his opening pair coming late in the first half to draw parity at 2-2 when the Blues looked comfortable at two-up thanks to Seamus Evans and Elliot Harrison strikes.

Josh Hayles headed home a corner early in the second half to restore Liss’ advantage, prior to Osman’s third spot-kick on the hour. Liss continued to pose an attacking threat from open play, and it was Evans who found the net for their fourth.