Having come from two down the previous week to beat Newton Spurs 2nds 3-2, Lodds almost repeated the feat having trailed 1-2 away to Broadmeadows. Ultimately, however, they came away with a well earned 2-2 draw which sees them move out of the bottom two in Division One.
Again short on numbers, to a man, the squad showed real determination and commitment as they refused to leave Teignmouth empty handed.
On the score sheet were Sam Passmore, who made it two goals in two games whilst Jack Eades scored his fourth of the season and could have added his fifth had he put away what would have been a last minute winner.
The management, despite the last minute missed opportunity, were left elated by the manner with which the squad got back into the game, a spirit and commitment that has seen the club unbeaten for over a month.
Next up, weather permitting, is Meadowbrook (away) in the Herald Cup, and if Lodds are to progress further in the competition they will need to show every bit, and more, of that same attitude if they are to avoid an early exit.