Brook staged another comeback to take a point back from Dewsbury as both teams played out an entertaining 24 all draw.
It could have been even better as the visitors came back from 16 points down to hold a 2 point lead going into the last 5 minutes before a penalty goal levelled the scores and left Brook pondering if it was a point gained or a point lost.
Brook had the better of the very windy conditions during the first half but they found themselves 16-0 down in the first half hour.
Full Back Patrick Foulstone scored two tries with Michael Foulstone adding the other Patrick Foulstone kick two goal as The Celts were worthy of their lead at this stage.
Brook hit back with two tries in as many minutes just before the interval following good work from Scott Davidson and Jamie McCabe Danny Fairhurst spotted a gap to cross the line and score with Stephen Parkinson converting.
Direct from the restart it was Fairhurst again this time he chipped over a hesitant defence he collected his own kick to race away under the post leaving Parkinson with a simple conversion on the half time whistle.
Twelve minutes into the second half Patrick Foulstone completed his hat trick when he scored a try which he also converted. Brook had been harshly pulled back for a forward pass moments earlier.
The visitors hit back instantly when Scott Davidson powered his way over coming on an unstoppable burst down the right channel.
Midway through the half Brook reduced the arrears even further after an error Danny Fairhurst raced away from the base of an attacking scrum to score an unconverted try and completed his hat trick.
Five minutes later the visitors went in front for the first time great handling had the Dewsbury defence stretched and Sean Richardson found Mark Leonard with a great pass for Brooks Centre to stretch out and touch down.
Blackbrook should have finished the game off as a couple of chances went begging and it left the home team a chance to level the scores with a late Patrick Foulstone penalty.
The penalty shot came after controversial decision moments earlier when Dewsbury failed to find touch with another penalty Deon Cross collected the kick and set up an attack on the Dewsbury line only to be called back as the Referee ruled a tap restart for the home side three tackles later came the penalty kick that levelled the scores.
Danny Fairhurst was chosen as the NW Maintenance Solutions Man of the Match he also shared the Tisdalls players Man of the Match with Jimmy Brown.