WARRINGTON Town's sketchy form has continued into the new year.

Thanks to an injury-time equaliser from Richie Allen, 10-man Bamber Bridge came from two goals down to earn a point they will feel they deserved.

Tony Gray had struck in the 90th minute as Town retook the lead before Allen's last-gasp intervention.

Quickfire goals from Jack Dunn and Jack Mackreth gave Yellows a comfortable lead and although Rowan Roache converted a penalty on the stroke of half-time, Chris Marlow's red card appeared to severely hamper their chances of saving the match.

However, Kieran Charnock headed home a late corner to complete the comeback before the late drama.

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Match facts:

BetVictor Northern Premier League Premier Division

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Bamber Bridge...3 Warrington Town...3

Bamber Bridge: Roccia, Thomson, Marlow, Spooner, Charnock, Wisdom, Green, Churchman, Dudley (Booth), Roache (Sumner), Allen. Subs not used: Forbes, Doughty, Milligan

Goalscorers: Roache (45+3, pen), Charnock (82), Allen (90+4)

Bookings: Charnock, Green

Sent off: Marlow

Warrington Town: McMillan, Duffus, Warren, Brown, Roberts, Sephton, Mackreth, Garrity, Gray (Raven), Vassallo (Banister), Dunn. Subs not used: A Carden, Richards, Sharp

Goalscorers: Dunn (30), Mackreth (33), Gray (90)

Bookings: Dunn

Half time: 1-2

Attendance: 386