recovering quickly to prevent Abu Ogogo bundling the lose ball home at the near post.
Hill made a double substitution at the break, with Joe Bunney and Matt Done replacing the out of sorts Ntlhe and Canavan and Dale looked sharper at the start of the second period. Shrews stopper Dean Henderson denied both Davies and Dale own Henderson before the visitors were awarded their second spot kick of the day in the 63rd minute.
Aristote Nsiala was pulled up for handling in the area when defending a Dale corner and Davies once again beat Hender- son conviccingly from the spot.
Rathbone went close to firing Dale back into the lead when a poor clearance dropped invitingly for him on the edge of the box, but he fired narrowly off target.
But just as Dale appeared to be seizing the initiative, Shrewsbury hit back again.
Whalley almost laid a goal on a plate for Alex Rodman at the far post, only for Moore to intervene with a fantastic stop.
But Moore was beaten for a third time when a defensive switch off allowed Stefan Payne too much time and room to break into the area and fire beyond the goalkeeper.