WARRINGTON Town fought back from two goals down to secure a point at Bamber Bridge on Bank Holiday Monday.

Ben Hough's equaliser inside the first minute of the second half allowed Paul Carden's side to take home a share of the spoils and recover from a nightmare start.

They had fallen behind after just three minutes as Mark Yeates put the hosts ahead, a lead that was doubled by Ewan Bange just before the half-hour mark.

On the stroke of half time, however, the fightback began as Matty Grivosti pulled a goal back and Town started the second half as they finished the first when Hough put them back on level terms.

The hosts ended the game with 10 men after skipper Macauley Wilson was dismissed in the final stages.