Hull fought back late in their match against St Helens to take a draw in the Super League this evening.
It was the away side that scored first, Jason Crookes claiming a try in the fourth minute, but a dominant spell from St Helens saw the hosts take a 16-12 at half time.
Saints started to get the better of the possession, but too many penalties helped keep the visitors in the game.
Hull rallied for a strong finish to the match, Richard Whiting adding a try late on to level the scores.
The visitors attempted a drop goal from 45 yards out in the final seconds, but the effort was off target, resulting in the sides sharing the spoils.