Liverton United 4 Okehampton Argyle 4 FOR the second time in a week, Okehampton contrived to relinquish a two goal lead twice in a game and had to rely on a last minute equaliser to salvage a point from their trip to Liverton United. Without the services of their regular goalkeeper Harry Geering, Okehampton manager Kevin Taylor was forced to use a sixth different keeper in as many games. But Okehampton started the game on the offensive and raced into a two goal lead inside the first six minutes. In the third minute Jason Cordice headed a Matt Sanders' corner against the post with Stuart Entwistle on hand to force home the rebound and barely three minutes later Oli Crimmins latched onto Matt Sanders' defence splitting pass to lob the advancing Liverton keeper for a second goal. Five minutes later, the defence allowed Josh Moore too much room and he duly rifled a volley into the top corner to reduce the arrears for Liverton. As the play switched from end to end, stand-in keeper Scott Hooper made two good saves to maintain Okehampton's lead, and on the half hour Stuart Entwistle volleyed home his second from another Matt Sanders' corner to restore their two goal cushion. Not to be outdone, Liverton's Josh Moore fired home his second from distance and then on the stroke of half time, after Jason Cordice had missed a great chance for Okehampton's fourth, Liverton broke away to the other end and Ollie Aplin crossed for Tom Reeves to head home and send the hosts in level at the break. Despite continuing to ebb and flow, the second half lacked the goalmouth action of the first but Liverton took the lead for the first time in the match 15 minutes from time when Alex Harding cut in from the left and curled the ball past the despairing dive of Scott Hooper into the far corner. Okehampton could not quite believe that, in a game they had dominated for long periods, they were now losing and, with injury time approaching, they had Hooper to thank for a point blank save to prevent Liverton scoring a fifth. Almost immediately, with the referee checking his watch, Okehampton went down the other end and, from a Matt Sanders' cross, Corey Burns ghosted in at the far post to volley home and earn his side a share of the spoils. Okehampton boss Kevin Taylor said: 'The lads I have brought into play in goal have done okay, but it's clear that not having our regular keeper is affecting us. 'Harry (Geering) should be back next week, so hopefully our "goals against column" will start to improve.' • Okehampton's 2nds maintained their 100% start to the season with a 4-2 win against Newtown 3rds courtesy of a hat trick from Ross Voaden and a first of the season for Ben Bickle. • This Saturday the 1sts are at home to Alphington in the SWPL Division One East, kick off 3pm, whilst the 2nds face a trip to Woodbury in the first round of the Bill Slee Cup, kick off 2pm. • Recent winners in the Argyle 200 Club draw are: Week 6, August 10, Number 194, J?Westlake, £25; week 7, August 17, Number 58, C?Beer, £25; week 8, August 24, Number 173, H?Reynolds, £25; week 9, August 30, Number 57, L?Beer, £25.