ROSS White produced a man of the match performance as Sheffield Tigers claimed a narrow 21-19 victory at Dudley Kingswinford to seal their fourth win on the spin in National Two North.
Tigers, who lost Gregor Hayter early on with an ankle injury, trailed 12-9 at half-time despite three penalties from Tom Outram.
But the visitors refused to buckle, with back-row forward Steve Walker bagging his first senior try after the interval.
However, Tigers duo Callum Mackenzie and Alex Drage received yellow cards and Stefan Shillingford made them pay for their indiscipline as he went over for his second try of the contest to put Dudley Kingswinford 19-14 ahead with 13 minutes left.
Hooker White had other ideas though and he crossed late on to level the scores before Outram sealed Tigers come-from-behind win.
In the Northern Division North One East, Sheffield cruised to a 32-20 win over Northern to maintain their impressive form. The Abbeydale side, who travel to Keighley on Saturday, have now won four in a row in the league.
Barnsley triumphed 24-20 at North Ribblesdale in Yorkshire Division One while Wath Upon Dearne thrashed Pontefract 29-5.
Sheffield Medicals, meanwhile, thrashed Roundhegians in Yorkshire Division South.