Nine games into the Bendigo Amateur Soccer League division oneseason and Epsom has its first point for 2019.
The Scorpions held Shepparton South to a 1-1 draw on Sunday, with both goals coming from the penalty spot in the dying minutes of the game.
Despite being winless Epsom's young defence has been solid throughout the season and Shepparton South's import-filled line-up couldn't break through.
It took until the 86th minute before Shepparton South was awarded a penalty and striker Joel Aitken converted the chance.
It looked as though Shepparton South would walk away with all three points before the home side was awarded a penalty of its own in the 94th minute.
Epsom skipper Kyle Smith stepped up to the spot and calmly eased the ball past the Shepparton South keeper in what turned out to be the last kick of the game.
The Scorpions celebrated, while Shepparton South was left to lament a wasted opportunity.
The result leaves fifth-placed Shepparton South five points behind Tatura and they face a tough task to work their way into the top four and a home final for the first week of the finals.
Two second-half goals lifted Tatura to an impressive 2-0 win over Shepparton United.
Liam Nash and Kyle Minicozzi found the back of the net for Tatura.
In the final game of the round, Shepparton defeated Colts United in a game where 11 goals were scored and seven yellow cards were handed out.
Colts led 2-0 at half-time, but their defence fell apart after the break with Shepparton scoring seven times.
Colts did score two more goals of its own to make the final scoreline 7-4 in favour of Shepparton.
In the women's championship, Colts United had a day out against bottom side Shepparton.
Colts scored an amazing 25-0 win, with star player Rebecca Berry scoring 13 times.
Colts had 10 players score, including a hat-trick to Holly Hays and a brace to Bethany McDonald.
Spring Gully and Golden City played out a thrilling 2-2 draw.
Abbey Thompson and Taylah Harrison scored in the first half for Golden City.
Paige Conder and Naomi Dawson responded for Spring Gully.
In other games, Shepparton South scored a 5-0 win over Epsom, Swan Hill defeated Moama-Echuca 5-0 and title favourite Shepparton United thrashed Tatura 11-0.
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