Date: 2nd December 2009 at 10:29am
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Caretaker boss Les Parry paid tribute to his players efforts as his side equalised three times to secure a vital point at Huddersfield last night.

Huddersfield took the lead on the 6th minute however Rovers captain Ian Thomas-Moore equalised just two minutes later. Town then took the lead through Michael Collins to make it 2-1 to the home side, yet Tranmere replied instantly again with Craig Curran putting the ball in the back of the net on the hour mark.

Rovers must have thought they lost the match when Antony Kay haunted his old club by scoring with just nine minutes to go. Four minutes later substitute Michael Ricketts came of the bench and was on the pitch for less than 40 seconds to equalise to make it 3-3.

Speaking to Tranmere Player after the match Les said:

“Any teams that comes from behind three times – you`ve got to admire their resilience”

Brentford are next up for Tranmere and Parry hopes his side can take their confidence into the match after going unbeaten in four matches now.