The Bulls beat Alfreton Town 2-1 with a last-gasp penalty - their first National League North win since beating Leamington by the same scoreline on August 14.
It looked to be one of those days when Craig Hobson equalised three minutes from time for the away side but a James Roberts penalty snatched the win for Marc Richards' side.
"It does feel good, I'm not going to lie," Richards told the club's YouTube service after the game. "It had been coming an it's just good to get over the line.
"When we conceded the equaliser I was worried we would crumble so it's really pleasing to see the players get through it and get the penalty.
"I thought we'd lost two points but luckily the boys rallied and we got the three points.
"Hopefully more performances will come where we'll be picking up more points."