The Callala Brumbies, going on Saturday's Shoalhaven District Football Association match, must like leaving things to the last minute.
The Brumbies, on Saturday at the Emmett Street Oval, waited to the last minute to kick the equaliser against Shoalhaven United.
Tom White kicked a goal at the 90th-minute mark to get his team a 3-all draw against United.
White was in great touch and he kicked all the goals for the Brumbies.
The contest was tight throughout and the score at halftime was 2-all.
Mitch Harding, Alex Rogan and Matt Lewis kicked goals for United.
Huskisson Vincentia was in an attacking mood when it played Milton Ulladulla at Lighthouse Oval.
The Seagulls returned home with an impressive 5-1 win under its belt.
Credit goes to the home side as they never gave up and only let in one goal in the second half.
Gary Masterson had a great day out and booted three goals for Husky, while Lachlan Ford and former Culburra player Corey Ryan got one apiece.
Ivan Katusa kicked the home side's only goal.
St Georges Basin made it two wins from two attempts after its 2-nil win over Bomaderry at the St Georges Basin Sporting Complex.
The Basin kicked a goal in either half and did well to hold off a strong challenge from Bomaderry.
Captain Brenden Hobbs and Connor Macqueen found the back of the net for the Basin.
Shoalhaven Heads Berry, despite playing some crisp football, suffered a 3-nil loss to Culburra at Zealand Oval.
The Sharks had more than its share of scoring opportunities but just could not find the back of the net.
Mitchell Blundell, Gui Danielewicz and Jack Miller kicked goals for the Cougars.
The score at halftime was 1-nil and in the second term, Culburra accelerated to the finishing line.
No results from the Manyana and Illaroo match were available.