Tom Newey, booked twice, was sent off late on as the Millers drew after twice leading. fgfgfgfg
The Millers started well enough and were rewarded with a goal after only 10 minutes.
Revell slipped Evans into the area where he was toppled by a clumsy challenge from Jones. Evans calmly stroked the penalty to the left of Young as he went the wrong way.
However, the home side were level on 20 minutes.
Risser went down the left, his deep ball was played back towards Madjo. His shot on the turn was diverted and Vincenti forced the ball home from close range.
However, the lively Millers were not to be denied and regained the lead on 29 minutes and it was young Hoskins who got it but with the sort of luck you need and that little goalscorer’s often seem to get!
Warrington struck a free kick downfield, Revell headed on and Hoskins moved on to it down the side of the penalty area. He appeared to be attempting a first time centre and the ball looped high beyond Young before dropping and going in off the far post.
Aldershot levelled on 46 minutes. From a corner Vincenti was blocked at the near post but the ball ran perfectly for him to clip towards the far post where Madjo nodded in from point-blank range.