Waterlogged pitches decimated the weekend’s fixture list, but Ladybridge made good use of their 3G surface to share the spoils with Milnthorpe in an eight-goal thriller.
The stormy afternoon started off badly for the Tempest Road outfit, who conceded three goals in an horrific 10-minute spell midway through the first half.
But a goal before the break by Steven Schofield gave the hosts some hope and Ladybridge could easily have gone on to win the game with a much-improved second-half display.
They were straight on the attack from the re-start, with Jamie Desousa reducing the arrears with a quick second goal.
Confidence that has been lacking in recent weeks surged back into the team as 16-year-old McCauley Farrington then equalised with his first goal for the team.
An excellent four-man move ended with John Smalley handing Ladybridge an incredible 4-3 lead. But, after missing further chances to extend their lead, they conceded from a Milnthorpe free-kick five minutes from time.
Tempest United host Blackpool Wren Rovers in the Premier Division on Saturday, while Eagley travel to Norcross and Warbreck In Division One, Turton entertain Wyre Villa and Bolton County are on the road at Millom. Stone-clough are away at Todmorden in Division Two while Ladybridge and CMB are at home.