Slazenger thirds showed great determination to fight back from 4-2 down in the final stages of this Yorkshire League Division 6 match to claim a share of the points.
The home side actually took an early lead through Andy Birkett from a James Walker cross but Ben Rhydding soon pulled back level.
Ian Wiper then put Slazenger in the lead for a second time when he fired home from a short corner.
This seemed to spur the visitors into life and they quickly responded with a three goal blitz to open a 4-2 lead.
Ben Rhydding then chose to sit back on their two goal cushion which proved fatal as Slazenger pushed forward and leveled the match with a second goal from Ian Wiper and a penalty by Micky Turner.
Slazenger now play friendly matches against Bradford and Wakefield over the Christmas period before recommencing the league programme in January.
On Bowing day, the club will hold its traditional matches followed by festivities at the bar. All old and new players and friends are welcome. Games start at 10am.