Fairclough rescues Magpies.
INCONSISTENT Notts County showed their other "face" at Bootham Crescent - but were still good enough to capture a point.
County showed none of the flair and confidence which brought them a splendid win over table-topping Stoke City last weekend.
County made a change at halime, sending on Andy Hughes in place of ineffective Frenchman Tony Garcia, but before the substitute had touched the ball they fell behind.
Ian Hendon missed his chance to clear when Barry Jones pumped the ball forward and Gordon Connelly caught Darren Ward off his line with a fine chip from the edge of the area.
Four minutes later the Magpies were back on level terms when Chris Fairclough claimed his first goal since arriving from Bolton during the summer.
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|Publication:||Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)|
|Date:||Nov 8, 1998|
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