JACK DYSON held his nerve to land a late touchline conversion to secure a 30-30 home draw for Emley Moor against Westgate Wolves in a dramatic Division I clash.
The home side looked to be heading for defeat when the Wakefield side edged 30-24 ahead with less than 10 minutes remaining.
But with time ticking away, Richard Sharpe was in the right place at the right time to grab his second in the corner and Dyson, who was back from university in Cumbria for the weekend, calmly slotted the ball between the posts to give hie side a share of the spoils.
It proved a fitting end to what was a gripping contest throughout.
Despite Moor once again having to field an injury-hit side, they made a positive start to the contest with two early Dyson-converted tries from Oliver Davidson, who has made a successful switch from the wing to the second row, and Sharpe.
But the game appeared to be slipping from Emley’s grasp as they trailed 22-12 at the break and then conceded a fifth try within minutes of the restart to go 26-12 behind.
That, however, proved the signal for a thrilling Moor fightback.
Tries from Robert Kaskiewicz and Kris Shepherd and two Dyson conversions cut the deficit to 26-24 and hopes were raised that a stunning result could be secured.
Those seemed to have been dashed when the Wolves scored again, but Moor were to have the final say.