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Reds left feeling Lowe at Tranmere
JOE WALSH struck twice but Crawley were denied by an injury-time equaliser in a 3-3 draw at Tranmere in League One.
Ryan Lowe hooked in from close range from a last-gasp corner to deny Reds all three points.
Centre-half Walsh opened the scoring with a towering tenth minute header from a Andy Drury free-kick and bagged what looked like the winner with ten to go with a low drive from inside the area when pushed up for a corner.
Reds had trailed 2-1 after Joe Thompson had levelled on 16 minutes with a low effort from just inside the penalty area and then put the hosts ahead just before the break after seizing on Crawley keeper Paul Jones’ scuffed clearance.
Billy Clarke had restored parity, though, with a close range finish after excellent work by full-back James Hurst on 54 minutes.