TILBURY were denied all three points after conceding a last gasp equaliser at Brentwood Town.

Jack Carlile, Tom Anderson and Kurt Smith were on target for Joe Keith's side in an entertaining 3-3 draw.

Brentwood would have taken an early lead were it not for an impressive save by Dockers goalkeeper Clarke Bogard.

The Tilbury custodian tipped a goalbound Tony Stokes strike onto the crossbar and over the top.

And that stop proved pivotal as Carlile slotted home a ninth minute penalty for the visitors.

Stokes tried his luck from distance again as Brentwood went in search of an equaliser, but the attacker's effort went over the crossbar.

However, the hosts were back on level terms just past the half hour mark as Daryl Robson found Luke Foster to fire home.

But the Dockers' slender lead was restored three minutes before the break as Anderson headed home a corner.

It looked as though Tilbury were going to go in at the break in front, but the referee pointed to the spot after Alfie Hilton was brought down on the stroke of half-time.

Stokes stepped up and converted the spot kick to equalise.

Smith put the Dockers in front for a third time - on 74 minutes - just three minutes after coming off the bench.

But Brentwood pushed for a third leveller and it came in the dying moments as Harry Cuthbert's attempt took a deflection before finding the back of the net.

As a result, Tilbury remain in 19th place in the Isthmian North standings.

Tilbury: Bogard, Odelusi, Turpin (Smith 71), Gleed, Salami, Jaffa, Norman (Jaggs 77), Carlile, James (Little 72), Anderson, Aromolaran