WAVERLEY gained a dramatic 2-1 victory at Stow thanks to a last-gasp goal from Scott Craig.
The hosts were first to do the business in opening the scoring midway through the first half with a Ryan Pritchard header.
Within seven minutes, however, Waverley were level.
A slide-rule pass from Grant Brownlee was latched onto by Darren Munro, and the Waverley striker duly produced a spot-on finish.
Both sides had their moments from here on, with Waverley in particular coming near to scoring.
Munro saw a shot cannon off the bar, while Craig hit the post with a header.
Ross McLeod was also out of luck in hitting a shot past the Stow keeper only for his effort to be cleared off the line.
Just when a sharing of the points looked a certainty, Waverley netted a minute into injury time.
Ryan Shepherd squared a pass into the path of Craig who fired home from close range.
Waverley manager Bruce Hughes was delighted with his side’s victory, and said: “It was a very pleasing win. We had to work hard for it, but we got there at the end, even if we left it a bit late.
“I thought all of our boys were brilliant, with Jamie Richardson and Grant Brownlee in particular being outstanding.
“It was great to get a win away from home as well, as this is good for confidence, because our away record has been poor.”