SLOUGH Town ended their season in the National League South with a thrilling 3-3 draw at Truro City on Saturday, writes Rob Stevens.

The deadlock was broken in Cornwall when a cleanly struck half-volley from Niall Thompson beat Rebels keeper Jack Turner after 17 minutes.

Truro then piled on the pressure as George Wells produced a spectacular clearance off the line with his heel.

Slough grew into the match and Francis Amartey beat the offside trap to round keeper Alexis Junior, but his shot was cleared off the line.

The Rebels equalised through Matthew Lench on the stroke of half-time. The midfielder was found with a cross-field pass and he put the visitors on level terms with a strike into the corner.

Slough needed spectacular saves from Turner to keep the scores level early in the second-half. The keeper saved a one-on-one and produced a brilliant stop to deny Dan Rooney.

The Rebels took the lead when substitute Warren Harris found his way behind the Truro defence and finished emphatically after 74 minutes.

The visitors made it two goals in as many minutes following fine work from Daniel Roberts, who was making his first start in a Slough shirt. Amartey poked the ball home on the line to bag his fourth goal for the club since joining back in March.

Truro pulled a goal back as Tyler Harvey scored from the penalty spot in the final minute of normal time.

The home team then equalised in the last minute of time added on when Steven Ziboth bundled the ball over the line.

The draw means Slough finished in 11th position in their first season back in step two of non-league football and three points behind the play-offs.

Slough have finished the season with a nine-match unbeaten streak and can look forward to the 2019/20 campaign with great confidence.