CONCORD Rangers suffered injury time heartbreak as a last-gasp leveller meant they had to settle for a 3-3 draw with Tonbridge Angels.

Although former Beach Boys man Ben Greenhalgh put Tonbridge ahead at the Aspect Arena, Temi Babalola and Decarrey Sheriff goals allowed Danny Scopes’ side to turn the National League South contest on its head.

Tommy Wood restored parity, but James Blanchfield put Concord back in front almost immediately.

However, Tonbridge snatched a share of the spoils with Rian Bray’s injury time header.

The home side wasted two glorious opportunities to take the lead as Lamar Reynolds failed to take advantage of Aron Pollock’s driven cross, while Babalola fired a half-volley over the crossbar as another centre caused havoc in the heart of the Tonbridge penalty area.

Those misses proved costly as Tonbridge broke the deadlock with their first meaningful attack of the contest, with former Beach Boy Greenhalgh drilling into the far corner of the net on 15 minutes.

However, the encounter was turned on its head within six minutes as Concord responded in style.

Reynolds’ teasing cross was headed home by Babalola, while Sheriff latched onto a through ball and skipped away from goalkeeper Jonathan Henly before calmly slotting home.

Tonbridge hit back with Alex Bentley striking the crossbar as the full-back attempted to catch Concord custodian Chris Haigh out at his near post.

Just past the half-hour mark, the visitors called for Concord to be reduced to 10 men.

Babalola’s shoulder caught Harry Donovan in the face when challenging for a header, sparking a melee.

However, referee Philip Staynings decided not to take any action against Babalola and instead booked Tonbridge defender Bray for dissent.

Tonbridge got back on level terms with 44 minutes on the clock.

Khale Da Costa, who was also facing his former employers, saw his strike charged down by Beach Boys captain David Olufemi, but Wood was on hand to tap home from close range.

Concord’s protests for offside fell on deaf ears, but that seemed to spur the hosts on as they restored their slender advantage in the second minute of first half injury time.

Another Reynolds cross caused problems for the Tonbridge rearguard and Blanchfield bundled the ball into the back of the net to give Scopes’ side a deserved half-time lead.

Tonbridge started the second period in promising fashion, with Haigh having to rush off his line to deny Wood a second goal of the afternoon after being slipped through by former Southend United frontman Jason Williams.

The away side then saw appeals for a penalty waved away by the referee, leading to more protests and skipper Sonny Miles being cautioned.

Da Costa fired narrowly wide of the post as a sliding Olufemi did enough to put off the winger.

Concord responded with Taylor Maloney and substitute Mickey O’Donoghue blazing high and wide.

And those misses proved crucial as Bray nodded home an injury time equaliser to allow Tonbridge to snatch a share of the spoils.