Ten-man Grimsby Town came from behind to earn a draw with Swindon Town at the County Ground.
After losing Ludvig Ohman to a second yellow card on 65 minutes, the Mariners fell behind when Theo Robinson opened the scoring.
But their response was swift, as Luke Hendrie equalised within two minutes, and they were then able to hold out for a share of the spoils.
One change was made to the Town side after last week's win against Cheltenham, with Harry Davis replacing Reece Hall-Johnson, who dropped to the bench.
James McKeown made his 400th appearance for the club as he started in goal, with Hendrie, Davis, Ohman, Danny Collins and Sebastian Ring forming the defence.
Jake Hessenthaler, Martyn Woolford and Elliot Embleton were the midfielders, with Jordan Cook and Wes Thomas in attack as Sam Russell, Alex Whitmore, Harry Clifton, Charles Vernam, Harry Cardwell and Kristian Dennis joining Hall-Johnson as substitutes.
Swindon came into the game level with the Mariners and three other teams on 46 points in the League Two table, with Town holding the higher position on goal difference.
The hosts had the first chance inside the opening minute of the game as Keshi Anderson let fly with a shot that McKeown manage to push away for a corner.
A foul by Thomas gave Swindon another opportunity to put pressure on the Town goal and continue their promising start. Jak McCourt's kick was headed away before a follow-up shot was deflected through to McKeown.
Town then began to settle into the game, with Embleton sending a cross into the home penalty area on 13 minutes, although it was caught by keeper Luke McCormick.
At the other end, a cross from Kyle Knoyle proved too far ahead of Anderson for him to connect on the six-yard line.
Embleton stayed down after a heavy challenge from Canice Carroll but was passed fit to play on after receiving treatment.
Ohman then received the first booking of the game on 20 minutes for a foul, before McCourt's free kick was punched clear by McKeown.
Town created their best chance so far on 23 minutes, as Thomas did well on the edge of the box before Embleton's strike was tipped away at the near post by McCormick for a corner, which the Mariners were unable to create any danger from.
A Hessenthaler free kick was cleared after the ball had been met by Ohman, before a shot by Embleton on 38 minutes was blocked for a throw-in.
A low ball into the box from Hendrie was claimed by McCormick on 42 minutes as the Mariners began to dominate the game after Swindon had made a good start.
Two added minutes were played at the end of the half and after Kaiyne Woolery was denied by McKeown in the final few seconds in what was the best opportunity so far, the scores remained level at the break.
No changes were made before the restart and McKeown was called into action within 30 seconds as he had to push a long-range strike from Kyle Bennett away for a corner.
Thomas was penalised for a shirt-pull near the edge of the Town box but Swindon were unable to make the most of the opportunity provided by the resulting free kick.
Another free kick from McCourt was headed away for a throw-in by Ohman, before the hosts won a coner when a shot by Robinson was blocked by Ohman. This time, Robinson heaed over the bar.
Thomas won a corner at the other end on 58 minutes but it came to nothing as Ring's delivery was half-cleared and Embleton sent a cross out of play.
A shot from Cook went straight at McCormick after a purposeful run from Hessenthaler, before a Swindon corner was headed clear at the other end before being sliced out for a Town throw-in.
The Mariners, who had made the first change of the game by bringing Clifton on for Woolford, were reduced to 10 men when Ohman was shown a second yellow card after a coming together with Woolery near the edge of the penalty area.
Whitmore replaced Cook before the free kick as Town looked to keep the same shape to their defence, before the set-piece again did not lead to a goalscoring opportunity.
Clifton sent a shot over the bar after the ball broke to him when the hosts had been unable to clear their lines.
But the next chance of the game saw the deadlock broken by the hosts, when ROBINSON scored from close range on 74 minutes after his initial header had been save by McKeown.
Town's response saw Dennis replace Collins as they looked to an extra attacker and they were back on level terms within two minutes of going behind as a ball into the box from Embleton was met by HENDRIE, who headed past McCormick for 1-1.
A header from Woolery hit the post as Swindon looke to regain their advantage, with McKeown gratefully diving on the loose ball.
At the other end, Thomas missed the target with an effort from the edge of the box, before a left-footed strike by Dennis from 25 yards went just over the bar.
Woolery won a corner on 83 minutes but the kick went out for a goal kick and soon afterwards, a long ball forward from McKeown found Dennis but he culd only shoot over the bar.
Marc Richards and James Dunne were sent on for the home side in a double substitution with five minutes to go, as McCourt and Bennett made way.
A corner to Swindon on the right was dealt with by Clifton as the game moved into five added minutes, with McKeown saving from Ali Koiki soon afterwards as the hosts looked for a late winner.
A corner at the other end then gave Town a chance to put pressure on the Swindon goal but the ball was cleared after Whitmore's header from Hessenthaler' chipped delivery.
Town were forced to soak up some late pressure as the clock ticked down but they were able to see the remainder of the game out to secure a point.
The Mariners are next in action on Saturday, when Cambridge United are the visitors to Blundell Park.
23 Luke McCormick
2 Kyle Knoyle
29 Ali Koiki
26 Dion Conroy
33 Tom Broadbent (C)
4 Jak McCourt
22 Kaiyne Woolery
19 Canice Carroll
37 Kyle Bennett
10 Keshi Anderson
35 Theo Robinson
12 Will Henry
14 Ellis Iandolo
32 Luke Woolfenden
20 Toumani Diagouraga
8 James Dunne
9 Marc Richards
1 James McKeown
6 Danny Collins (C)
5 Ludvig Öhman
24 Harry Davis
27 Luke Hendrie
3 Sebastian Ring
22 Elliot Embleton
16 Martyn Woolford
7 Jake Hessenthaler
39 Wes Thomas
11 Jordan Cook
23 Sam Russell
2 Reece Hall-Johnson
25 Alex Whitmore
15 Harry Clifton
17 Harry Cardwell
8 Kristian Dennis
18 Charles Vernam
Attendance: 6434 (570)
Referee: Neil Hair
Next Up: Cambridge Utd (H)