Chorley 2 Lowestoft Town 2

Jefferson Louis of Lowestoft Town tussles for possession with Adam Dodd of Chorley during the Conference North match at Victory Park, Chorley
Picture by Russell Hart/Focus Images Ltd 07791 688 420
09/08/2014 Jefferson Louis of Lowestoft Town tussles for possession with Adam Dodd of Chorley during the Conference North match at Victory Park, Chorley Picture by Russell Hart/Focus Images Ltd 07791 688 420 09/08/2014

Sunday, August 10, 2014
2:21 PM

A goal in the first minute and a last gasp equaliser earned Lowestoft Town a point on their Comference North debut this afternoon.

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Debutant Jefferson Louis scooped home the late equaliser to make it 2-2 after Shaun Bammant had given the Trawlerboys the lead after just 32 seconds.

In between the goals, Chorley dominated and the visitors were thankful to a superb display from keeper Ashlee Jones who denied the home side on several occasions.

But even he could do little about an scrambled Harry Winter goal on 27 minutes and a James Dean penalty he conceded 11 mins from time.

A hard-earned point for the Blues after a dogged display.

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