DESPITE extending their unbeaten run to seven games, Motors will be disappointed at having to face a midweek replay away to Worksop after dominating for long spells in this FA Trophy tie.
It was not until early in the second half that the scoring began, with home captain Stephen McNulty converting a penalty for a clear handling offence to give the hosts the lead
Almost immediately, however, an element of slackness appeared in their play and Worksop took full advantage to overturn that lead.
Froggatt volleyed home an equaliser on 54 minutes and on the hour, Thompson drilled the visitors in front after a defensive error.
With 20 minutes remaining, Motors new signing McMahon - on his home debut - then atoned for an earlier mistake by heading the sides level from Moogan's free kick.
In-form John Lawless then went close to regaining the lead for the home side, though it took a smart save by home keeper Sean Lake to deny the dangerous Blake Norton a late Worksop winner.
This Saturday, the Motormen are back in Nationwide Conference North action, at home to Alfreton (3pm) looking to enhance their league prospects.
Macauley's side are just three points off the top of the table, in what is a hugely competitive division.