Retiring Booth on target in O's draw

Striker Andy Booth ended his career on a high with a goal as Huddersfield ended the campaign with a 1-1 draw at Leyton Orient on Saturday.

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Booth: Signs out with a goal

Booth: Signs out with a goal

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Orient enjoyed a major fourth-minute escape when centre-back Jordan Spence headed the ball past his own goalkeeper Jamie Jones but it trickled past the post.

But Town did go ahead after 25 minutes when Orient's centre-backs allowed Booth to outrace them and beat Jones to the loose ball which he scrambled in from wide of goal.

Orient were indebted to Jones when he pushed away a shot from Town midfielder Tom Clarke for a corner via a post.

But Orient equalised when midfielder Jimmy Smith escaped on the left and with a low cross laid on the chance for striker Dean Morgan to side-foot the ball home after 65 minutes.

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