STOURPORT Ladies produced a battling display to come from two goals down to draw 3-3 at Doncaster in the National Conference North.
Returning from their mid-season break, Stourport found themselves trailing 2-0 at half-time.
But within five minutes of the interval, Holly Smith pulled a goal back to give the visitors hope.
Doncaster then extended their lead once more to make the score 3-1, before two goals in the final two minutes gave Stourport a dramatic share of the spoils.
Georgina Bathurst scored in the 69th minute before Lora Symonds converted a last-gasp equaliser.
Stourport entertain mid-table Kendal on Saturday (12pm start).
In the Midlands Division Two, the seconds were beaten 4-3 by Solihull Blossomfield.
After falling behind and going into half-time trailing 1-0, Stourport rallied after the break.
Fran Moss, Naomi Burgoyne and Olivia Laight all scored in the second half, but Solihull were also among the goals and managed to bag a late winner.
The thirds lost 4-1 to Worcestershire League Division One leaders Harborne, with Eleanor Johnson scoring Stourport’s only goal of the game.
In Division Two, Stourport fourths suffered a 2-1 home defeat to Bournville seconds.
After a goalless first half, the hosts fell behind before forcing an own goal to draw level. But the Birmingham side scored late on to steal the win.
Gemma Taylor-Robinson scored for the fifths in their 1-1 draw against Harborne fifths.
The sixths saw their home match against Old Hales seconds cancelled because the visitors were unable to put a side together.