Raphoe men dropped valuable points at home during a high-scoring encounter with PSNI this weekend.
Raphoe started the stronger, dominating possession and creating the best chances with Ian McGonigle, Matthew Lecky and Sam McKnight failing to give the home side an opening goal.
The east Donegal outfit would go on to regret these missed opportunities as PSNI took the lead when a quick counter attack caught Raphoe on the back foot.
Raphoe would get back into the game after a great build up found Matthew Lecky on the edge of the circle and he skillfully found a yard of space to fire low into the bottom left hand corner.
PSNI were still dangerous on the break, keeping the Raphoe defence on their toes.
The game went into the last 1/4 all tied up, with Raphoe forward line of Keith Meehan, Jonny Long, James Wilson and Sam McKnight, struggling to click in their opponents half to get a winning goal. Raphoe eventually got the goal they were looking for when Sam McKnight finished well after James Wilson picked him out inside the circle to give what Raphoe thought was the winning goal they needed.
However the visitors had other ideas and like deja vu from the semi final match two weeks previous where the teams drew 4 – 4.
PSNI scored in the last seconds of the match to secure a point on the road.