Derry City missed a chance to move back up to third place in the Premier Division as they blew a two-goal lead at home to Shamrock Rovers.
Ronan Curtis scored two goals in two minutes to boost Derry's attempt to qualify for next year's Europa League.
He placed a fine shot past keeper Barry Murphy in the 17th minute and quickly blasted in a second from six yards out.
But Gary McCabe pulled a goal back for Rovers six minutes before half-time and Stephen McPhail got a late equaliser.
Shamrock Rovers had replaced Derry in third place after beating Galway on Friday night with Derry losing to Dundalk.
the Premier Division title appears to be a battle between champions Dundalk and second-placed Cork City.
That leaves Derry and Shamrock Rovers, who both have four matches left, fighting it out for third which guarantees a place in Europe.
Derry, under former Kilmarnock boss Kenny Shiels, took a commanding lead thanks to the quickfire double from Curtis.
The 20-year-old midfielder netted an accurate shot from the edge of the box after a ball in from Dean Jarvis had not been cleared.
Curtis then rushed in to meet Barry McNamee's ball and thump number two past keeper Murphy for 2-0 with less than 20 minutes gone.
Rovers top scorer McCabe punished Derry for losing possession by reducing the deficit in the 39th minute.
Derry keeper Gerard Doherty tipped a David Webster header on to the bar as Rovers pushed for an equaliser in the second half.
Former Republic of Ireland and Leeds midfielder McPhail equalised with a free-kick which went through a group of players.
It was a fourth consecutive draw at home for Derry City who play Dundalk in the FAI Cup semi-final on Sunday.