Goole AFC came from 2-0 down after eighteen minutes to take a draw at home to AFC Mansfield in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division on Tuesday night.
The visiting Bulls looked to be getting three precious points in their bid to move further away from the bottom two of the table when Luke Walker and then Ross Duggan put them in full control in the opening quarter.
But, Reagan Waud halved the deficit just before the half-hour mark and Terence Barwick made it honours even, his equaliser coming five minutes from time at the Victoria Pleasure Grounds.
The point from the 2-2 draw lifts Goole up into tenth spot whilst AFC Mansfield remain in eighteenth.
The night's other match saw Yorkshire Amateur
's trip to Liversedge
postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
On Wednesday, there was Division One action as Selby Town
claimed an impressive 4-0 victory at Armthorpe Welfare
to climb to sixth, a place and a point behind their hosts with four games in hand.
Charlie Clamp ensured the Robins had a half-time interval lead that they built on after the break with further goals from Liam Flanagan, Jon Vass and Casey Stewart in a match between two promotion-chasing sides.
And, there were two all-NCEL Lincolnshire Senior Trophy Quarter-Finals with the hosts both making it through to the last four.
A Reece Moody double helped Brigg Town
to a 5-2 defeat of visiting Division One rivals Winterton Rangers
with Joe Smithson, Jake Reed and Stuart Longbone completing the job whilst Gareth Barlow and William Ball netted for the away side.
And, Grimsby Borough
were single goal victors over Skegness Town
, Lewis Bemrose with the vital strike on 58 minutes to send the Premier Division high-flyers through against the Division One leaders.