East Budleigh had to settle for a share of the spoils from what was an even match last Saturday at Clyst Valley, thanks to a last gasp penalty from Ross Bright.
It was the home side who started better, but Budleigh gradually found their feet and were first to strike; Good build up play led to the keeper saving a Jacob Rice shot, the ball fell to Jack Rowland whose shot took a slight deflection on its way into the net.
As half-time loomed Dan Reynolds went close to second, but Budleigh had to settle for a single goal advantage.
The hosts levelled early in the second period and a lot of the game was fought out in the middle of the park.
Eight minutes from time Valley went ahead before Budleigh gained the late equaliser; Player manager Matt Jones was upended in the box leaving Bright to dispatch the resultant kick.
This Saturday Budleigh return to Vicarage Road for their penultimate fixture against high flying Bampton.