Cobblers share points with Gulls

Northampton captain Kelvin Langmead scored an injury-time equaliser to secure a 1-1 draw at Torquay.

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Langmead: Scored equalising goal

Langmead: Scored equalising goal

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Torquay led through Ryan Jarvis' 62nd-minute strike but the Cobblers hit back at the death to earn a share of the spoils.

Jarvis needed just one touch to clinically finish Torquay's best move of the match.

Nathan Craig made a brilliant crossfield pass to Danny Stevens, whose cut-back from the byline was finished first-time by Jarvis.

On-loan Reading central defender Angus MacDonald made a brilliant clearance off the line midway through the first half to head Chris Hackett's cross-cum-shot out from under the crossbar.

Town ended the first half with Hackett and Ben Harding both testing home goalkeeper Michael Poke.

Langmead had a brilliant chance to level in the 80th minute as Torquay failed to clear a corner but the Town skipper fired wide from close range.

However, he made no mistake when the ball fell to him six yards out in stoppage time.

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