Lewis Levoi struck three minutes from time as Steyning Town Football Club collected a third successive Southern Combination League Division 1 draw on Saturday.
Having taken an early lead through Charles Romain’s goal, Selsey turned things around before Levoi netted as it ended 2-2.
Steyning’s character stood out for manager Gerry Murphy as they secured an away point.
He said: “The players showed great character to grab a point after a poor performance in the first half.
“It was yet another week with so many changes in the team due to injury and other commitments.
“Most teams go through a difficult spell at one point in the season, but we are still picking up points.”
Town were gifted a fourth minute lead as a misplaced pass was intercepted by Romain, who went onto finish.
Howard Low had the home side level on the half-hour, before Selsey took the lead for the first time four minutes before the break through Tom Groom.
Town looked to be beaten but Levoi snatched a point with his effort on 87 minutes.
Steyning host rivals Storrington in the league on Tuesday (7.45pm).
STEYNING TOWN: Rose; Atterbury, Pickford, Levoi, Wadey, Finney, Romain, Henry, Knowles, Faber, Cockerton. Subs: Hawkins, Woodland.
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