Scotland threw away a two goal lead in the second half to draw against Wales in the Victory Shield.
Two goals from Jamie Semple before half time, the first a header and the second a well struck half volley, had put Scotland in a commanding position going into the break.
But Wales, who rarely in threatened in the first half, responded well and had pulled a goal back within minutes of the restart thanks to a Isaak Davies tap in.
Scotland introduced 13 year old Karamoko Dembele midway through the second half but by then Wales were in control and they eventually equalised with ten minutes to go with a spectacular volley from Keenan Patten.
The hosts, who made five changes from the side that beat Northern Ireland 2-0 on Sunday, were the brighter team early in the game.
Kieran McGrath lead the line well on his own and the striker had the first opportunity of the game, heading over from six yards after Kane O'Connor had done well to nod the ball across goal. McGrath then tried his luck from range as he fired a shot from 25 yards over the bar.
Wales were unable to keep the ball and Scotland had them pinned back in their own half. Scotland were also looking dangerous from corners and Billy Gilmour's delivery was excellent all afternoon.
They eventually took a deserved lead after 26 minutes. Scotland did well to work the ball from left to right, Harry Cochrane switched the play and found Gilmour, who fed the ball into Chris Hamilton on the edge of the box. His first time ball round the corner found winger Zac Butterworth, who reached the ball on the byline before clipping a cross towards the back post. Rising highest in the area was Semple and his downward header took a deflection before looping up and over Wales goalkeeper Dan Burden and into the net.
Gilmour went close to doubling his side's lead soon after. Wales failed to deal with a corner and as the ball dropped in the area, Gilmour ran in from the left and unleashed a fierce shot which smashed against the near post.
But on the 30 minute mark, Scotland did find the target. Kane O'Connor was the creator. After striding forward, the centre half looked up and spotted Semple's run behind the Welsh right back. He then played a floating, diagonal ball that dropped just over the defender's head and into Semple's path. The striker took the ball on his chest and waited for the ball to sit up, before volleying a left footed shot into the far corner.