A Jon Pilbeam brace gave The Wells a well deserved point at home to Canterbury City.
Josh Biddlecombe's cross into the Canterbury 6 yard box was met by Pilbeam to score The Wells first on 7mins.
City equalised 7mins later through Jamie Maxted.
Laurence Harvey gave City the lead on 24mins.
That lead lasted 6 mins until Pilbeam equalised for The Wells with a superb looping header.
Despite having the better chances The Wells were unable to find a winner.
Next up The Wells host Cray Valley in the SCEFL Challenge Cup quarter final Tuesday evening.
Kick Off 7:45pm.