Sebastopol Vikings captain Adrian Curtain scored a brace in his side's 2-2 draw with the Western Eagles in the men's state league 3 north-west competition.
It was a lucky salvage for the Vikings who found themselves down early on the road after the Eagles notched a goal in the 13th minute.
But the Vikings hit-back before the break when a corner from Curtain found the back of the net.
The Vikings carried the momentum into the second half with Curtain nearly picking up a second goal from a corner off a near identical play.
Another opportunity came soon after however when teammate Blair Marshall was upended, allowing the captain to calmly steer a penalty past the goalkeeper for his second.
The Eagles secured an equaliser soon after off the boot of Matthew Napoli to level the game at 2-2.
Despite managing to come away with a point, Sebastopol coach Michael Goodman said his side failed to capitalise on opportunities.
"We kept the ball well today and moved it about positively to test their back four especially in the first half, but we didn't take our chances for that third goal," he said.
The Vikings will play Point Cook this week.