Whitehawk extended their unbeaten home run to 21 matches after a hard-fought 1-1 draw with Dulwich Hamlet.The visitors arrived in good numbers as the rain poured down, but it was the hosts who had the better of the opening chances. Luca Cocoracchio somehow spurned an open goal from a matter of yards out to keep the scores level after Joel Daly tested the ‘keeper, as the Hawks threatened with real intensity. It was an opening half that lacked a lot of goalmouth action. Whitehawk enjoyed more of the possession, but the threat was suppressed as both sides headed down the tunnel with the scores deadlocked. What followed was a response from the Hawks. Ryan Worrall replaced Charlie Lambert, and that added man in attack seemed to make the difference with Worrall spurning a fine chance after being played through on goal. But it was Dulwich who opened the scoring. Michael Chambers connected with a corner to send the visiting cohort into ecstasy. Late on and the scoreline changed again. A delicious cross from Stefan Wright was gobbled up by Imran Kayani, who earned his Hawks side a share of the spoils.