Josh Windass’s double had seen the Owls leading at the break as the strugglers appeared to be on their way to a welcome three points until Town hit back in the second period with goals from Kal Naismith, Ryan Tunnicliffe and new striker Elijah Adebayo.
Jones said: “To a man, second half, they were outstanding. I don’t think they had a shot on target whereas, first half, they could have had a hundred, literally could have had a hundred.
“It was just such a chalk and cheese performance, the levels went up, the basics went up, every single thing went through the roof and I’m just so happy and proud.”
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