Stowmarket Town welcomed New Salamis. Stow had looked much improved of late, but points- and a first win- had continue to elude them, and they didn’t have the best of starts to this one, the visitors going ahead on eleven minutes through Micah Jackson. The hosts levelled on twenty four minutes, Ewan Gordon-Clement with the equaliser, and then- joy for the home fans- they went ahead, Dylan Kirk making it two-one. Sadly that joy didn’t last until half time, Joe Waight equalising just before the break, but the fans of both sides had been royally entertained in the first half. The fifth goal of the encounter arrived seven minutes after the break, Waight scoring again for the visitors to put them three-two up, but again Stow levelled, Andrew Palmer-Brown making it three-three on sixty four minutes. Right at the end it was more heartbreak for the hosts, Mo Sylla Keita seeing red, Wranyel Hercules scoring a winner for the visitors, four-three the final score. New Salamis are thirteenth, Stow eight points from safety.