Coventry went ahead at 10-8 early in the final period at Liverpool when Matt Hannah scored his seventh goal. Chris Burns then reduced the deficit with a man-up; then another man-up chance enabled Ben Pacey to claim an equaliser with just over two minutes remaining.
Tyldesley's Neil Williams (Photo: Trevor Hyde), the division's top marksman, finished the Division 4 programme in spectacular style - a small matter of TEN goals in his team's 25-8 drubbing of Hucknall, who drop to Championship 4 along with Coventry and Caledonia Storm.
Bridgefield took top spot after defeating Rotherham Metro 11-5 in their final game. They finished level on points with Tyldesley but took first place having won their clash with Tyldesley earlier in the campaign.