Sam Joel rescued a point for Bamber Bridge in a 2-2 draw with Lancaster City on Saturday.
The young forward struck three minutes from time to earn a share of the spoils against the Dolly Blues at the Sir Tom Finney Stadium.
Brig started brightly with Joel's clever pass finding Regan Linney to score after just five minutes. However Lancaster hit back on the half hour thanks to Gavin Clark.
The visitors looked to have sealed the points when Ryan Winder put them in front on 77 minutes, but with the clock running down Joel struck to make it 2-2.
Modou Cham played 76 minutes for Stockport County as they drew 1-1 with Tamworth at Edgerley Park.
Jake Kirby gave the Hatters a first half lead, but Elliott Durrell levelled on the hour mark for the Lambs.
Another side having to settle for a point on Saturday were Matt Jansen's Chorley in a 2-2 draw with Bradford Park Avenue.
Early goals from Darren Stephenson and Chris Doyle gave the Magpies the upper hand at Victory Park, however Avenue substitute Jamie Walshaw scored twice in the second half to get the visitors back on level terms.
Dean Rittenberg was an unused substitute for Chorley.
Salford City continued their fine form with a 4-1 away win at Workington.
Lewis Hardcastle impressed once more in midfield as the Ammies made it an incredible 17 league away wins in a row - against a side that were unbeaten at home this season.
Jordan Hulme and Danny Webber put Salford in front, and although Joseph McGee pulled a goal back for the Cumrbians, a Scott Burton strike just before the break put the visitors in control.
Hardcastle played the full match for Salford as Richard Allen notched a fourth goal in the closing stages.
Ayr United remain top of Scottish League One after a narrow 1-0 home win over Albion Rovers.
A first half goal from Alan Trouten was enough to see the Honest Men take all three points at Somerset Park.
Jordan Preston started the match for Ayr, playing 60 minutes before being substituted.