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Savory's sweet left foot nets point for Farsley
Farsley mounted a superb comeback to earn a point from a 2-2 draw at home to Cammell Laird but they still dropped two places in the Evo-Stik Division One North table.
It was a shocking start from the home side. An error or lack of communication between Paddy Miller and keeper Tom Morgan allowed Craig Cairns to slot the ball home in the seventh minute.
The home side should have equalised when Aiden Savory beat two defenders but he dragged his shot wide.
There was another close call for the visitors when Danny Hull spotted their keeper off his line but his long-range chip landed on the roof of the net.
Having started the first half well, Laird opened the second period even better by doubling their advantage just three minutes in. Daley Woods steered the ball around Morgan to make it 2-0.
The comeback began just after the hour mark when Lee Ellington slid the ball home after picking up a pass from Ryan Serrant. Farsley were level in the 71st minute when Savory lashed in a spectacular left-footed shot.