The Nash looked to be heading for a great three points at Boston United on Saturday, leading 3-0 with just over 25 minutes left.
The Pilgrims fought back to level, however, placing extra importance on Curzon’s trip to fellow strugglers AFC Telford United in midweek.
But the Nash showed fantastic spirit to bounce back from their weekend disappointment to pick up a vital victory.
Jake Dunwoody’s 30-yarder was the pick of the bunch as Curzon returned home with all three points.
Assistant boss Ian Nevison told the club’s Youtube channel: “I think we’d forgotten what it felt like to win!
“It was great to get three points. The spirit around the camp has never dampened and training has always been really good.
“We’ve kept the spirit high and the tempo high and we’ve just kept plodding on. We knew we’d turn the corner and we probably should have done that on Saturday.
“We come here, we saw the pitch and knew it would be a battle. I think we won every battle all over the pitch.”
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