Workington Reds were pegged back to a 2-2 draw by Warrington Rylands after making a flying start at Borough Park.

Danny Grainger's side surged into a 2-0 half-time lead thanks to a brace from prolific top scorer Dav Symington.

But second-placed Warrington fought back in the second half and levelled thanks to goals from Momodou Touray and James Neild.

It unfolded in front of a 752 crowd at Borough Park, with Reds moving up to 13th in Northern Premier League Premier Division, Warrington remaining second.

In Northern League Division One, meanwhile, there was a stunning comeback win for Penrith against high-flying Shildon.

Darren Edmondson's side fell 2-0 down in the first half-hour as Billy Greulich-Smith and a Joe Posthill penalty put the second-placed visitors seemingly in control.

But Penrith hit back through Luke Brown before half-time.

Luke Hunter then levelled for the Bonny Blues early in the second half before Connor Shields struck a dramatic 80th-minute winner.

The eyecatching result at the Leo Group Stadium saw Penrith maintain their recent fine form at their home ground.

It was a sixth straight home league win, a spell which has brought 35 goals, Edmondson's side now 13th in the table.

Penrith will aim to maintain their impressive run with another home encounter against Whickham on Tuesday night.

There was no action this weekend for their fellow Division One side Carlisle City, whose home clash with Whitley Bay on Friday fell to a frozen pitch.

Jim Nichols' side are due to return to action at home to North Shields on Tuesday night.