A late score from Jodie Broughton has salvaged a 20-20 draw for Salford City Reds against Bradford Bulls at the Salford City Stadium.
Adam Sidlow opened the scoring for the hosts after only four minutes with a try as Daniel Holdsworth kicked over the first of two goals for the evening to put his side 6-0 ahead.
Bradford got their first points of the evening through Karl Pryce's score on 30 minutes, but Luke Gale's miss kept Salford in front.
Pryce went over again soon after as Gale kicked between the posts to give the Bulls a 10-6 lead at the interval.
Danny Williams touched down for the home side seven minutes after the break to level the scores, but Pryce completed his hat-trick almost instantly to edge Bradford back in front.
As both sides attacked with freedom, Williams's second try of the match was combined with a Holdsworth goal to put the Reds 16-14 up.
Bradford looked on course for the win when Tom Burgess scored with nine minutes to play, but Broughton's late try earned a draw for Salford.