Glamorgan battled to claim a draw with Leicestershire in their LV= County Championship Division Two clash at Grace Road.
Having set the visitors a target of 321 for victory on the final day, Glamorgan looked in trouble at 204 for seven before an unbroken 46-run stand stand between Stewart Walters and John Glover for the eighth wicket took them through to the close.
Leicestershire resumed on 77 for one in their second innings, already 218 runs ahead, and that lead was extended to 320 when they declared on 179 for eight.
Graham Wagg, who took four wickets in the first innings, was again the chief threat as he added another four wickets to his match haul.
Dean Cosker chipped in with the other three but it was Will Owen who cruelly denied opener Greg Smith a century.
The bowler got a fingertip to Jigar Naik's shot and diverted it onto Smith's stumps at the non-striker's end when the batsman was on 97.
Really good contest - fair play to @GlamCricket who bowled well this morning, went for the win, and then battled hard to keep us out
— Leicestershire CCC (@leicsccc) April 30, 2014
That prompted a declaration from Leicestershire and Glamorgan made the steady start they would have hoped for.
Jacques Rudolph and Gareth Rees took the visitors to 49 without loss before the latter edged Charlie Shreck behind to Niall O'Brien.
Will Bragg was then bowled by Rob Taylor for seven but Rudolph and Murray Goodwin added another 60 runs before Rudolph was caught by Ben Raine off Naik for 63.
Goodwin also chalked up a half-century but his departure for 50 was swiftly followed by Jim Allenby for a duck as Leicestershire sensed the chance for victory.
Naik then snared captain Mark Wallace as well and when Wagg fell, too, Glamorgan were seven down with more than 16 overs left.
Leicestershire had up to seven men around the bat but Walters, who finished 57 not out, and Glover resisted the pressure impressively to guide Glamorgan to safety.