Shrewsbury Town 2-2 Carlisle United
Paul Parry rescued a point for Shrewsbury Town with a stoppage-time equaliser against Carlisle United.
The home side took the lead when Luke Summerfield's through ball picked out Tom Bradshaw and he rifled a first-time shot past keeper Mark Gillespie.
David Amoo lifted a close-range shot high into the net to level before Sean O'Hanlon was allowed a free header from a corner to put Carlisle in front.
But Parry kept his cool to fire past Gillespie to crown a dramatic finale.
Town top scorer Bradshaw's strike took his tally to five for the season, half of his team's 10-goal haul.
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Shrewsbury manager Graham Turner told BBC Shropshire:
"I don't think it was a bad performance by any means but overall it's two points lost and certainly not one that deserved a defeat.
"We have a reputation of conceding late goals and we need to stop that. But, when you go 2-1 down, you have to think it's a point gained.
"The second goal for Carlisle, there is no doubt in my mind that there is a foul on Ryan Woods in the build-up to the corner.
"But Paul Parry has despatched the equaliser, under pressure, and has rescued a point for us."