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Dergview stormed back from two goals down to salvage a point from this Boxing Day visit to face Ballinamallard United.
It seemed to be plain sailing for the Mallards when, after just nine minutes, BJ Banda opened the scoring with a 20-yard drive past Patrick McGarvey.
Banda then brought his tally for the season to six with Ballinamallard's second just before the half-hour mark after he was given the time and space to finish low and hard into the net.
That was how it stayed for 30 minutes when Bobby Deane pulled one back for the visitors.
Tommy Canning's side might have equalised a few minutes after that only to skim an upright, with another effort finding the net only to be ruled out offside.
They were thrown a huge lifeline with four minutes of normal time remaining when Mallards keeper Jamie Ray was dismissed for bringing down an attacker.
He was replaced between the sticks by Ryan Morris, who was then beaten in the third minute of stoppage time as Mikhail Kennedy struck to earn what had looked like an unlikely point for the side currently occupying bottom spot.
Ballinamallard United: Ray, McCann, Stafford, Clarke, Arkinson, Banda, McGinty, Byrne, McAleer, Warnock, Ferry subs Morris, McDermott, McKinley, McIlwaine, Edgar, Smyton, Campbell
Dergview: McGarvey, Falconer, M. Buchanan, Crown, McLaughlin, Brogan, Kennedy, Deane, Browne, Doherty, Devlin subs A. Buchanan, Corrigan, McNulty, Gorman, Fielding, Diver, Robb