Stockwood Park came back with a share of the spoils as they were held to a 15-15 draw at Rushden & Higham in their Midlands Three East South clash on Saturday.
The visitors took the lead after 18 minutes when after a spell of pressure, James Hankey crashed over, Brandon Lewsey converting.
Rushden reduced the deficit with a try out wide but Park moved further ahead when Lewsey linked with Ben Griffen and Tom Edmunds who carried the ball deep into the Rushden 22.
Stockwood won a quick ruck and span the ball out where Lewsey popped up to score a fine try.
Despite further pressure, they were unable to extend the lead as the second period was played in deteriorating conditions.
The hosts scored a long distance converted try to bring the scores level, but Lewsey restored the lead with a penalty.
Park paid for two yellow cards which left them a man down for 20 minutes of the half as Rushden drew level with a penalty in the final 10 minutes.
A frantic finale saw both sides have opportunities, Aaron Colbert going close, as a fine cover tackle from Tom Childs left honours even.
Next week Park host Daventry.