Fishburn Park stretched their unbeaten run to six games with a hard-fought draw with a strong Grangetown BC side.
The Whitby side took the game to the visitors and took the lead when Sam Pike put his side in front.
Fishburn continued to create chances but failed to add to their lead and paid dearly when the visitors levelled.
The setback, however, did not deter Park and they regained the lead after putting the Boys Club under long periods of pressure.
One of these spells resulting in a Grangetown defender slicing the ball into the roof of his own goal.
For the second week running, Park were on the receiving end of another hotly-disputed penalty decision, with the visitors converting to level once again.
The goal prompted Grangetown’s best spell of the game but resolute defending saw the home side earn a creditable point.