Harlow Town’s winless run in all competitions was stretched to seven games after they were held to a 1-1 draw by South Park in the Isthmian League South Central Division.

Leon Moore struck the opener for the visitors but Harlow managed to secure a point in the second half thanks to Christian Adu Gyamfi’s equaliser.

The Hawks had the first opportunity of the game which was fashioned by good work from Terrell Egbri and Samson Doherty, but the former’s cross was scuffed by Tayo Oyebola from a matter of yards.

Missed chances were to be punished for Harlow. Kye Martin’s cross was met by the head of Great Evans, and although his effort was off-target, Moore managed to get to the loose ball and blast into the bottom corner.

Harlow started the second half brightly and within four minutes had tested South Park keeper Craig Bradshaw. Oyebola’s effort from a tight angle, though, was well stopped.

Adu Gyamfi’s introduction from the substitute’s bench livened the team up and within a minute of coming on he thought he had earned his side a penalty, but the referee deemed Timothy Pitt’s challenge to be a fair one.

Spurred on after that phase, Harlow attacked again and after Bradshaw dropped a cross under pressure from Oyebola and Gyamfi, the latter stretched out a leg to poke home and level the game.

Miles Mitchell-Nelson came close to winning it late on for the Hawks, but his header from Egbri’s corner flew narrowly over the bar.

Defeat leaves Harlow eighth in the table ahead of tonight’s away fixture at Bedfont Sports.