BEN Browne's run wasn't tracked and he found himself bearing down on Doey's goal.
The midfielder finished the opportunity with a sublime left foot finish into the bottom corner.
Five minutes later the same player made another good run and again untracked, finished neatly to put Bangor two up at half time.
Glebe started the second half brightly but Bangor looked comfortable with anything thrown at them.
The game looked to be fizzling out to a comfortable away win when Bowers was shown a red card for a rash tackle.
This gave Rangers a boost and they started to throw players forward.
They were rewarded when turner finished off a good move involving Elder, Marks and Kennoway.
This left glebe about ten minutes to get an equaliser.
Bangor's ten men seemed to be seeing the game out when Ciarnduff in the Bangor goal reacted badly to a challenge by Turner.
The big goal-keeper aiming a head-butt at the Glebe striker. The Referee sent him off and awarded a penalty which Elder converted beating Hylands(now in the Bangor goal).
This left Glebe with a few minutes against nine man Bangor to get a winner but the visitors held out for a draw.
Glebe Rangers: Doey, McCart, Forgrave, Sheppard, Rice, Marks, McAllister, Kennoway, Elder, Turner, Anderson subs Morrison (replaced Kennoway 87), McFadden (replaced Sheppard 56), McVicker (not used), McGraw (not used)
Bangor: Cairnduff, G. Beattie, Hylands, Youle, McQuillan, Scates, McLaughlin, Browne, Morrow, Mann, Leitch subs Crossley (not used), O'Gormley (not used), D. Beattie (replaced Mann 50), J. Bowers (replaced Browne 46), G. Bowers (replaced McLaughlin 78)