COLEAMBALLY coach Maddie Mannes believes extra time would be welcomed by clubs, describing the post match vibe as a "funny, eerie feeling" after Saturday's 49-all home draw against Temora.
The Kangaroos looked set to head home with a win, but a long pass from Blues wing defence Sally Foster found goal shooter Tessa Evans just in time to nail the match-tying shot.
The stalemate means both teams remain in equal fourth on the Farrer League ladder, although Temora has a game in hand.
North Wagga is just two points head in third after beating East Wagga Kooringal 48-39, with the top three to earn the double chance in finals.
Mannes believes both teams would have been happy to play a few more minutes to get a clear result.
"If it was a perfect world, extra time would be good I think," she said.
"We've had a loss and a draw to them, it would be good for confidence had we won.
"A result would have been better, it was a funny, eerie feeling and no one knew what to do.
"I didn't know whether to be happy or sad. You have to be grateful in a sense that if we didn't get that last goal, we would have lost."
In other matches the Northern Jets easily accounted for Barellan 61-34, and defending champions The Rock-Yerong Creek remain unbeaten after a 77-21 thrashing of winless Marrar.