Roselea welcomed Scottish Cup quarter-finalists Dyce Juniors to Links Park.
The hosts created the first chance of the match in three minutes when Thomson floated a free-kick into the box which Watson headed goal wards but Pennycook in the Dyce goal comfortably tipped over.
Dyce created their first real chance midway through the half when Leith sent a short corner into the box which Robertson just flicked past the near post.
The game burst into life in the 37th minute when McDonald sent a cross in from the left and found Declan Milne in the middle of the box who took a touch and smashed a fantastic strike high into the net.
Roselea managed to get back on level terms on 67 minutes when Hutchinson was pressured into a back pass to the keeper which fell short. Sam Garnham intercepted and coolly slotted into the bottom right corner.
Dyce weren’t out of it and a long ball over the top put Keir through on goal but McCormack pull out a great save to keep things level.
Roselea almost went in front in 78 minutes when a great cross from Mitchell from the left was met by Jamieson but his header came crashing back off the bar.
The result keeps Roselea in sixth position with a difficult fixture facing them on Wednesday night away to league leaders Banks o’ Dee with a 7.30pm kick-off.
They then return to Aberdeen on Saturday to face East End.
Kick off for that game is 2pm.