IT HAS been a crazy week for Brighouse Town Women, and it culminated at Molineux on Wednesday night, where they grabbed a fine 2-2 draw at FA Women's National League Northern Premier Division champions Wolves.

First up for Brighouse came the West Riding County Cup Women's final on April 7 against Leeds

Brig had gone 1-0 up through Lucy Sowerby, but conceded in the last minute, and saw the game go to penalties.

Town held their nerve despite conceding that last-gasp equaliser, winning the shootout 4-2 after goalkeeper Jen Handy made a couple of saves.

Handy is not the regular stopper either, but number one Becky Flaherty has been with the Northern Ireland Women's squad for their World Cup qualifiers.

Next up was a league encounter at West Brom, and despite falling 2-0 down inside the first 20 minutes, Brig hit back to draw 2-2 thanks to late goals from Danielle Whitham and Drew Greene.

A similar pattern followed at Molineux, with the Wolves ladies getting the opportunity to host a competitive game at the men's ground for the first time in over 20 years.

Already champions, with Derby and Fylde now unable to catch them, Wolves started like a team without any pressure on them, as they roared into a 2-0 lead.

A first-minute own goal put Brig on the back foot immediately, and the West Midlands outfit doubled their advantage after half an hour through Maz Gauntlett.

But Brighouse had proved a threat, going close twice through Danielle Whitham early on.

Flaherty, back after her time with the national team, made a great save early in the second half to stop Wolves from going 3-0 up, and after the champions had fired over the bar late on, Leah Embley halved the deficit after 85 minutes, following a spell of Brighouse pressure.

And deep into stoppage time, Imogen Williams grabbed an equaliser for Brig, earning them a famous point in front of a bumper crowd of 2,477, the highest ever attendance for Wolves Women.

That leaves Brig comfortably in mid-table in seventh, ahead of their next fixture next Thursday against lowly Sheffield FC.