Callum Maycock returned to action with Macclesfield Town this past weekend, as they continue their fight against survival in League Two.
The Silkmen took the lead midway through the first-half and looked on course for all three points but were pegged back five minutes from time.
Callum played the full 90 minutes as the draw leaves Sol Campbell’s side three points from safety behind Port Vale.
In the National League South and Woking are currently a point off Torquay United in top spot, after they suffered a disappointing defeat away at Dartford.
Reise Allassani started the game, but he was replaced at half-time with the score at 1-0; with that being doubled before the final whistle.
To Scotland and in the Scottish Premiership it was a day to forget for Tony Andreu and Hamilton Academical this past weekend.
Steven Gerrard’s Rangers were in town and they suffered a 5-0 defeat in which Tony played the full 90 minutes.
Defeat leaves Hamilton in 11th position in the Premiership and only goal difference separates themselves and Dundee.
Elsewhere, Wrexham sit a top of the National League as they look to gain promotion back to the Football League.
Bryan Hughes remains undefeated with the Dragons as they scored in injury time to rescue a point away at Gateshead.
The point extends their lead to two points at the top, however Stuart Beavon didn’t feature for Hughes’ side this weekend.
Finally, Bouwe Bosma’s Salisbury snatched a winner late on to earn all three points in Southern South division.
Bosma was an unused substitute in the game, as Steve Claridge’s men look to close the gap from five points on table toppers Taunton Town.