SUPER-SUB MARC SEALS FIGHTBACK.
Lewes took the lead after just seven minutes when City captain Tom Kemp was judged to have fouled Ross Sutton in the area and Joe Keehan sent debutant keeper Danzelle St Louis-Hamilton the wrong way from the spot.
Worcester went close on several occasions through Josh Emery, but their best chance saw Craig Wilding's header saved by Rikki Banks and Kemp blaze the rebound over.
As with the first-half Lewes, started the stronger after the break and doubled their advantage in the 50th minute as Kane Louis barged his way through the Worcester defence before firing a shot beyond St Louis-Hamilton.
Then a mix-up between the visiting keeper and sub Wayne Daniel allowed David Wheeler a tap-in for the third.
But Worcester gave themselves a lifeline with two goals in as many minutes, first Graham Ward drilling home on 74 minutes and then sub McGregor scrambling the ball home from close range.
McGregor completed a remarkable comeback when he fired home two minutes into stoppage time.
FULL SPEED AHEAD: Moors striker Simon Johnson looks to sprint away from Eastwood's Russell Cooke
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|Publication:||Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)|
|Date:||Feb 28, 2010|
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