Neither Euros nor Cloncurry were the better team after 80 minutes when they squared up on Saturday night in the Mount Isa Rugby Union competition.
After a hard fought first half Cloncurry found themselves slightly ahead 7-5 as they headed into the sheds.
Euros then sprinted out to claim the first two tries of the second half.
But Cloncurry would hang on until the very end, scoring two tries in the last five minutes to level the scores 19-19 at the siren.
Euros Rugby Union Club committee member Jill Martin said it was a game to remember.
"Its not everyday you get a drawn game, full credit goes to Cloncurry for fighting back," Ms Martin said.
Ms Martin said their new recruit Josh Caldwell made a great first impression.
"For a new recruit to play like that and score a try on debut is pretty special," Ms Martin said.
In the second game Keas defeated Warrigals 29-17 through pure discipline and self-control.
Keas Coach Sonny Foster said they only had 12 players but still managed to play a smart game.
"We hung onto the ball and continued to kick it to their half, making sure the game was played down their end," Foster said.
Foster singled out Keas halfback Kurt McGregor, forward Tim McClymont and centre John Wichman for their roles in the win.
"Both Kurt and Tim lead the team but centre John Wichman scored two tries which were vital."
This weeks games are on Friday November 1.
Euros vs Warrigals 6pm.
Keas vs Cloncurry 8pm.
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