James O'Sullivan took his tally for the season to double figures following a goal twenty five minutes into the second half of what was at times a tempestuous yet entertaining encounter. Both sides exchanged a penalty corner before midfielder Glen Chapman hit a wide on 16 minutes; Chapman was denied by the Corinthians 'keeper ten minutes later and O'Sullivan saw an effort just go wide on the edge of half time.
The impressive Glen Chapman found himself in the "sin bin" just before the ten minute mark in the second half following a confrontation with a Corinthians counterpart- who was also carded- but if anything this had the opposite effect on the hosts as a penalty corner was swiftly won which resulted in O'Sullivan's tenth goal of the season. From the restart Durnan won the ball and rampaged through the Corinthians half before being stopped; Enniscorthy scented blood.
Durnan almost made it 2-0 when Hogan and O'Sullivan linked up; the resulting pass to Durnan was stopped on the line by a defender and the resulting penalty corner was of no avail.
With five minutes remaining the visitors camped themselves inside the Enniscorthy half, and the pressure finally told in the dying seconds. A ball in the circle was adjudged to have hit David Simmon's foot despite protests from the home side that it had hot his knee, and as a result Corinthians were able to equalise and replicate the reverse fixture from earlier in the season.
Squad: Graham Hill, David Simmons, Ivan Rothwell, Andrew Rothwell, Cory Cooke, Glen Chapman, Roy Chapman, James O'Sullivan, William Durnan, Ciaran O'Leary, Jacob English, Charlie Dunne, Alan Smith.