Pittwater left it late to snatch a point in their 1-1 draw with Seaforth on Saturday afternoon.
In another action-packed weekend of Premier League action, the result allowed for Brookvale to seal another league title after they enjoyed a comfortable victory at Narrabeen.
In a tight first half at Seaforth Oval, the visitors had a golden opportunity to take the lead from the penalty spot.
However young goalkeeper Nick Kayik stood tall for the hosts to save the spot kick and keep the contest level heading into the second half.
Seaforth then managed to break the deadlock as another youngster Ned Hamadache found the back of the net on his first grade starting debut.
But they were ultimately unable to close out the contest as Pittwater were awarded another penalty inside the final ten minutes, and this time Nick Maplestone made no mistake slotting home the equaliser.
Post-game, Seaforth coach Jordan Lefebvre was content with the outcome.
“Considering the way the game went and the injuries suffered by both sides early on it was a good contest both ways,” he said.
“With the players that we had out, some more young boys played and it was a good learning curve against the good side.
“For us we just want to finish this season on a good note, we’ve given these boys a chance and they’re taking them, even keeping some senior boys out of the team which is awesome.
“Brookie next week will be another good test and we look forward to the playoff after that too.”
As mentioned, a 5-1 victory over Narrabeen saw Seaforth’s next opponents Brookvale secure the league title with a week to spare.
In other results, Curl Curl and CC Strikers continue to breathe down Pittwater’s neck with 2-1 and 4-0 wins over Wakehurst and Belrose-Terry Hills respectively.
Elsewhere, Saints came away with a 5-3 win over Harbord who will now definitely be finishing the season in bottom spot after Manly Vale enjoyed a tight 1-0 victory over Mosman.