Wells Town FC drew 2-2 with Caister when they travelled east around the coast for their latest Anglian Combination Division 1 clash.

The Seasiders made the worst possible start and conceded an own goal after 35 seconds on the clock, this obviously lifted the hosts who then went searching for more goals.

The visitors started to steady the ship but just before the interval, Wells conceded a penalty that was converted giving Caister a two-goal cushion at the break.

Wells knew the next goal needed to be theirs if they had any hope of salvaging anything from this match.

Midway through the second period Harrison reduced the arrears when he slotted home, Wells then started to create more chances and forced their hosts back at every opportunity.

Into injury time Harrison popped up with the equaliser to salvage a point from the contest.

Wells Town's next game will be against Wymondham Town on Saturday at 2.30pm, at the Seasiders' Beach Road ground.

Match report by Steve Finch