Carlisle United grabbed a 2-1 win over AFC Wimbledon thanks to another strike from top scorer Kristian Dennis.
The much-travelled marksman, enjoying the most consistent scoring spell of his career, popped-up in the 81st minute to head home the winner.
It was a fine response from the Blues as they had led at the break but had been pegged back on 59 minutes and for a while looked as though they might let the game slip away from them.
Carlisle were the better side in the first half when there were half chances for Jordan Gibson, Owen Moxom and Paul Huntington but the goal when it came was a bit special.
Callum Gray is more used to putting out fires around the park, not starting them in the opposition box.
But the midfielder had every reason to celebrate a delicious strike just before the interval as the curling left foot effort into the corner of the net was his first goal in League football.
There’s been almost 150, with 97 of them for Carlisle until this memorable effort got him off the mark.
Wimbledon goalkeeper Nikola Tzanev made a timely save to keep out an effort from Omari Patrick early in the second half before Wimbledon levelled.
Ayoub Assal produced a fine strike to beat Tomas Holy when he got on the end of a clever knockdown by Josh Davison’s knockdown just before the hour.
Then in Wimbledon’s best spell Paris Maghoma dragged a shot wide when he should have done better and Harry Pell had a well-struck free-kick saved.
But Carlisle rallied strongly and Dennis Callum Guy scored his first goal for Carlisle in their League Two win over AFC Wimbledon.
Guy found the back of the net at in his 97th game for the Cumbrians, before Ayoub Assal levelled.
However, Kristian Dennis wrapped up the points for the home side with nine minutes to go.
Paul Huntington, Jordan Gibson and Owen Moxon all had half-chances for Carlisle in the opening 30 minutes, with George Marsh sending a half-volley wide for Wimbledon after Jack Currie teed him up.
Guy put Paul Simpson’s men ahead seconds before the break with a cool finish from the edge of the box.
Goalkeeper Nikola Tzanev got down well to keep out the hosts’ Omari Patrick early in the second half.
Finley Back failed to get enough on a header before Gibson had a shot blocked.
Assal levelled with a confident finish after latching on to Josh Davison’s knockdown just before the hour.
Paris Maghoma dragged a shot wide for the Dons and Harry Pell had a free-kick saved before Carlisle rallied and Dennis clinched the points by heading home in the 8st minute.