Coleraine kept their long unbeaten run intact by coming from behind to grab a point from Glenavon at Mourneview Park.
Although scoreless at the break both sides had their chances, the first notable effort coming on seven minutes when Curtis Allen played Matthew Shevlin through but his strike sailed wide.
Peter Campbell might have opened the scoring after ten minutes only for his left-foot shot to be saved by Gareth Deane while, a short time later, Josh Carson blocked Conor McCloskey's first time effort.
Carson had a go himself midway through the half but was denied by a Craig Hyland stop before Aaron Canning later glanced a header wide from Ben Doherty's corner.
Glenavon ended the half strongly, coming close when Garrett's strike was deflected over and a Campbell corner cleared off the line by Jamie Glackin.
Gary Hamilton's side duly moved in front seven minutes into the second half when former Bannsider Matthew Fitzpatrick diverted the ball home from close range after a McCloskey cross had been touched on by Campbell.
However Coleraine levelled with around a quarter-of-an-hour remaining after Stephen Lowry's curling 24-yard effort took a big deflection into the left corner to leave Hyland wrong footed.
Coleraine had the better chances in the closing stages but Hyland did well to deny both James McLaughlin and Ian Parkhill.