The Champions got off to a slow start at the Norwood Recreation Ground and as a result were two goals down by half time.
A spirited second half fight back by town saw them get a goal back early in the second half when Ryder Smith nodded home from close range.
Rangers, however, quickly restored their two-goal lead after a keeping error gifted the visitors a goal.
Again, Town pushed and were on the front foot taking the game to Rangers. They got a break when they were awarded a penalty after Shaun Gibson was pulled down inside the box.
Ryan Hirst made no mistake from twelve yards slotting the ball low and into the corner giving the home side a lifeline.
Lady luck had other ideas. Towns were to have two further penalty claims waved away by the referee.
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