Brodie nets spot kick as United are held

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SKELMERS­DALE United’s Richard Brodie was on the mark against his own club as his side drew 2-2 with War­ring­ton Town in their pre­sea­son friendly.

Brodie won and con­verted a penalty with ten min­utes re­main­ing, and 2-1 seemed the likely out­come.

Ear­lier in the game Luke Holden had put Skem back on level terms, af­ter Town had gone ahead thanks to Jack Dunn.

Holden popped up on the half hour with the equaliser, which was pulled into the far cor­ner.

Many changes were made at the break – and dur­ing the sec­ond half Brodie, a for­mer War­ring­ton Town player, came off the bench and won a penalty, which was dis­patched in off the post.

A win seemed the most likely re­sult for the home side un­til Town’s late re­sponse from Thomas War­ren.

Richard Brodie – seen here in ac­tion for Skelmers­dale United against Ry­lands – was on the mark against War­ring­ton Town

Luke Holden: on the mark for Skem

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