Scarborough RUFC grabbed a dramatic 13-12 win at home to North One East title rivals Huddersfield YMCA courtesy of Cade Robinson's last-gasp try.
Huddersfield missed an early penalty and were punished when Scarborough took the lead through James Perrett's try.
It was again 7-5 to YMCA after 25 minutes when they opted for a scrum and were awarded a penalty try as the Scarborough pack struggled.
Scarborough then had a try disallowed, Jonty Holloway winning the chase to a ball to touch down, but the referee ruled it out.
Scores remained locked at 7-5 until Tom Ratcliffe's second-half penalty put the hosts 8-7 ahead.
Back came visitors YMCA, who crashed over in the 76th minute to take a 12-8 lead and seemingly a huge victory in the title race.
But Scarborough weren't to be denied, Kiwi Robinson touching down in the 85th minute to seal a dramatic last-gasp victory for Simon Smith's side.
DON'T MISS: Comprehensive coverage of Scarborough RUFC in Thursday's Scarborough News.