Date: 30th September 2011 at 3:06pm
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Saturday 6th March 2010, Oldham went to Exeter City. Both clubs were struggling at the bottom of league one and in the end, both clubs had to settle for a point each.

Oldham were thankful for the point in the end as the home side were awarded a last minute penalty with the score at 1-1, fortunately for the Latics, Ryan Harley fired the spot kick straight at Dean Brill and he managed to save.

The first half was a drab affair, but it came to life on the hour when Reuben Hazell fouled Marcus Haber in the penalty area.

A spot kick was awarded and Harley made no mistake.

On 81 minutes, defender Sean Gregan’s equaliser ricocheted into the net after Exeter failed to clear the ball away from a corner situation.

Exeter (4-4-2): Jones; Tully, Duffy, M Taylor, Friend; Dunne (Saunders 83), Harley, Sercombe, Golbourne; Stansfield (Logan 81), Haber (Stewart 74).

Subs (not used): Marriott, Cozic, Bennett, Fleetwood.

Latics (4-4-2): Brill; Lee, Hazell, Gregan, Jacobson; Price (Smalley 64), Furman (Whitaker 68), Stephens, C Taylor; Abbott, Nardiello (Colbeck 83).

Subs (not used): Flahavan, Aljofree, Black, Worthington.

Referee: Mr S Hooper.

Attendance: 4,997.

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