Scarborough bounced back from a 32-19 deficit to score 12 unanswered points in injury-time to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat in a 34-32 win at Old Rishworthians in Yorkshire One.
Playing into the teeth of a gale blowing down the Calder Valley, Scarborough trailed 22-14 at the break thanks to 17 long-range points from the boot of Rishworthians' fly-half Josh Kelly
The visitors fell further behind after the break but broke the hearts of local supporters with a spirited fightback and a Billy Parker try converted by Tom Ratcliffe in injury time to scrape a 34-32 injury-time win.
Number-eight Ben Martin ran in a hat-trick of tries for the visitors.
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