Chorley 2 Lowestoft Town 2

Jefferson Louis of Lowestoft Town tussles for possession with Adam Dodd of Chorley during the Confer

Jefferson Louis of Lowestoft Town tussles for possession with Adam Dodd of Chorley during the Conference North match at Victory Park, ChorleyPicture by Russell Hart/Focus Images Ltd 07791 688 42009/08/2014 - Credit: Russell Hart/Focus Images Ltd

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

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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