Another week, another last gasp crucial try for the Doncaster Dons as they secured a narrow 29-26 win over Swinton Lions.
The Dons bounced back from a second half onslaught from the visitors to snatch the win through a converted Craig Fawcett try to stretch their unbeaten run to six matches.
Swinton looked to have won the game when they overturned a 17-4 deficit to 26-17 lead with nine minutes to go. But the Dons once again showed the desire which earned them a draw at Halifax last week as tries from Mark Castle and Fawcett overturned the match in dramatic style.
The Dons looked likely to rue the fact they had not established a stronger half time lead lead.
In full control, they led just 13-0 on the half hour through tries from Fawcett and Brett Waller, both converted by Dave Scott, while Paul Cooke landed a drop goal.
Swinton found a lifeline on 37 minutes when Craig Harvey powered home from close range only to see it cancelled out as Scott ran in with the last act of the half.
But the score boosted the visitors who had almost all the momentum from then on. By the 61st minute they were ahead, courtesy of a James Mendieka brace and a Darren Hawkyard try, Harvey and Samir Tahraqui each adding a conversion.
The game looked to be over when Rhys Williams crossed over after 71 with Nanyn converting.
But the Dons woke up, roaring back through Castle before Fawcett collected and scored after a brilliant break from Dennis Tuffour.
Dons: Butterfield, Tuffour, Cowling, Dawson, Scott, Cooke, Fawcett, Castle, Emmett, Carbutt, Kelly, Spurr, Robinson. Subs: Kesik, Spiers, Waller, Waterman.