Looking to build upon a great win last weekend, the Braves made three changes including a deubt for Martin McArthur, who started at left-back.
However, Civil would take the lead after just ten minutes through a Marc Laird penalty, after Bernie White caught an attacker.
Few chances would follow in the first half, although Bernie White made a couple saves to keep the scoreline at 1-0.
In the 2nd half, Bernie would continue to make save after save, more than making up for his penalty foul in the 1st half.
The Braves determination would pay-off, when they won a penalty of their own after 70 minutes. Ross McNeil stood up... and of course he smashed it home!
A red-card would soon follow for Liam Parker of Civil, after pulling down McNeil for his second yellow.
Against the run of the first hour, the Braves grabbed the momentum late on with the man advantage, but couldn't test the keeper, with substitute Louis Thompson coming the closest late on.
But ultimately, the Braves took an invaluable point from one of the toughest venues in the country, back to Alliance Park, in a game of two penalties in the captial.