Plymouth Devils put their run of four consecutive defeats behind them as they beat Dudley in the National League at home on Friday.
The Devils had taken an 11-point lead at the St Boniface Arena before Dudley fought back to draw level.
Then with only a two-point lead going into the last heat, Devils skipper Seemond Stephens and Mark Simmonds took maximum points to wrap up the win.
Stephens and Simmonds were the stars for Plymouth, with 12 points apiece.
Reserve Tom Perry top-scored for the visitors with 15 points, while Lee Smart contributed a very useful 10 points.
Plymouth: Seemond Stephens 12 (5 rides), Matt Bates 4+1 (4), Paul Starke 8+1 (4), Lee Smethills 5+1 (4), Mark Simmonds 12+1 (5). Reserves: David Gough 6+1 (4), Jaimie Pickard 2 (4).
Dudley: Lee Smart 10 (5), Ashley Morris 3+2 (4), Richard Franklin 2+1 (4), Jake Anderson 7 (5), Jon Armstrong 8 (4). Reserves: Darryl Ritchings 0 (1), Tom Perry 13+2 (7).