Court House have missed out on maximum points after a gutsy batting display by Kookaburras ensured both teams would take points from the game.
Court House had already secured first innings points after Oscar King blasted an unbeaten half century on the opening day.
The young gun moved on to 70 before he fell to Cameron Milne (4-36), who would add plenty more to the match.
Farran Lamb (43) was the other key Court House batsman on the second day as the side moved from 6-129 to be all out for 209.
But with ample time to take wickets, an outright win eluded Court House as Kookaburras lost just three wickets from the 49 overs they batted.
Milne was key to that with an unbeaten 73 from 138 balls.
He shared a 50-run stand with Kristopher Lodge (22*) to see out the Court House attack and finish at 3-111.
Court House allrounder Sam Doubleday said he was “a little bit” disappointed to miss out on securing maximum points.
“An outright win was there for the taking, we just couldn’t quite get the wickets we needed,” Doubleday said.
“Getting Cameron [Milne] would have been a huge contributing factor to that outright but he just didn’t give his wicket away.
Doubleday added: “He gave a couple of chances, we just couldn’t take them.”
Doubleday led the way with the ball in taking 2-39 from 14 overs while Lamb took the other wicket.
Batting performances were the highlight for Doubleday.
He said Lamb “batted well for his 40” and also made note of King’s start to the year.
“His [King] cricket’s done a bit of a 180 from last year to this year. He’s not, sort of, making those silly mistakes. He’s thinking about it a bit more,” Doubleday.
"Even in the field, his bowling and everything looks a lot better.”
Doubleday added: “He batted really well for his 70. He only really gave one chance, the ball he got out on. We’re looking forward to the rest of the year.”