La Bussola Willikies came from behind on Sunday, to pull off a 2-2 draw with leaders Swetes when they met in their anticipated First Division fixture at Antigua Recreation Grounds.
Playing in the feature contest of a triple-header, Swetes took a two-goal advantage due to a double strike from Akeem Weekes in minutes 12 and 28.
The Swetes supporters, however, soon had their celebrations crippled when Arden Williams scored his first of two goals in minute 36 as Willikies jump-started their comeback.
Williams had his second just two minutes from regulation time in minute 88 to draw his team level and walk away with a single point.
Swetes continue to lead the division on goal average as they are levelled with Bullets on 42 points. Swetes now boast a plus 22 average, while Bullets have a plus 17.
Willikies continue to occupy the number three spot on 38 points.
Bullets, who contested the second match of the triple-header, were held to a 3-3 draw by Fort Road.
Kahijah Simon, Jordon Thomas and Nia Browne scored for Bullets, while Gregory Isaac, Alren Lewis and Kareem Michael found the back of the net for Fort Road as they move into the number six spot on 26 points.
In the day’s opening contest, Potters Tigers edged Bethesda 3-2 as they moved onto 30 points and in the number four position.
Lloyd Jeremy had a single strike, while Watandi Grahman scored twice.
Tuvia Thwaites and Rolston Francis scored for Bethesda.
The competition will continue today when English Harbour host Guydadli, Freeman’s Village host Young Warriors, and in Second Division, Jennings United host West Ham.
All matches will start at 4:20 pm.