The Yorkshire Terriers wait for a flexi league win continues, as they were pegged back twice by South Leeds AFC, forcing them to settle for a draw.
The game sprung into life as both sides looked for the opener, with chances created and squandered at either end in the first ten minutes.
A somewhat depleted Terriers squad saw Jake Pratt handed his first start, and it was him who found the break through with his first goal for the club fifteen minutes in, latching onto a Stuart Allaway pass to slot home through the legs of the keeper.
Moments later though, South Leeds were back level, a long ball finding its way through to their striker, who made no mistake.
Honours even at the break, it was the Terriers who came out the better side in the second half, quickly regaining their lead. Some good work in the box from Tom Carter gave him the space to cross, and in his final game for the club, Stuart Allaway was there to head home at the back post.
The Terriers dug in and controlled much of the second half, but with five minutes to go South Leeds AFC found a way through, a thumping finish from close range earning them a share of the points.
South Leeds AFC 2-2 Yorkshire Terriers
Starting Line Up: Kiecz (GK), Blewett, Shepherd, Nash, Todd, Barton, Nellist, Sedman, Allaway, Carter, Pratt