Wingate and Finchley and Hendon will do it all again tomorrow night after a late header from Rian Bray saved the Greens from an early FA Cup exit on Saturday.

Bray's 87th-minute header was enough to secure a draw which ensures the local rivals will go head-to-head for the second time in four days at the Maurice Rebak Stadium tomorrow.

The FA Cup first qualifying round draw at Silver Jubilee Park was a tale of two goalkeepers for the most part, until former Hendon man Spencer McCall gave the visitors a second-half lead with a perfect free-kick.

The Blues' resistance held firm well into the closing stages until Bray turned in Niko Muir's cross to halt Wingate's path, for the mean time at least.

After last weekend's 6-0 drubbing of Harrow, Hendon were out of sorts early on and needed goalkeeper Tom Lovelock in form to keep out Joe Kizzi's shot and Marc Charles-Smith's cross.

It was a tale of two goalkeepers in the opening stages, and Shane Gore pulled off a flying save to keep out Matt Ball's free-kick at the other end.

Both sides created openings without testing either goalkeeper in the rest of the first 45 minutes, but it took only 90 seconds after the interval for the deadlock to be broken.

McCall stepped up to curl a pinpoint free-kick into the top corner beyond Lovelock and give the visitors the lead.

Hendon became increasingly desperate as the second-half went on, but it was Wingate who looked the more likely to grab a second goal which would all-but end the tie.

That was until the final 15 minutes, when after throwing caution to the wind, the Greens began to find more freedom.

And with three minutes to go, they levelled the scores when Muir broke free from a free-kick before crossing for Bray to equalise.

The two sides will go head-to-head again tomorrow night for a chance to meet Hemel Hempstead Town in the second qualifying round, with kick-off at the Maurice Rebak Stadium at 7.45pm.