Craig Gower guided London Broncos to their first win of the Stobart Super League season as they ran in eight tries to beat Castleford Tigers.
Gower grabbed a try and, with the game still in the balance during the second half, created a crucial late score for Jason Golden.
David Howell crossed twice for the Broncos with his opening score being complimented by tries from Gower, Chris Bailey and Matt Cook in the first half.
Castleford remained in touch, though, with Nick Youngquest and Kirk Dixon going over and when Ryan McGoldrick dotted down early in the second half, the game was up for grabs.
But Dan Sarginson gave the hosts breathing space on the hour before Gower sent over Golden to break Castleford’s resistence, with late tries from Chris Melling and Howell adding further gloss.
For the Tigers, it was a fifth defeat in six as their struggle to build momentum continued.
The Broncos made changes as they looked to end their dismal start to the campaign, with Sarginson, Tony Clubb and Karl Temata returning from injury.
For Castleford, aiming to bounce back from last weekend’s defeat to Leeds Rhinos, there was a recall for prop Jonathan Walker.
The Londoners, still smarting from last week’s drubbing at Salford City Reds, started the brighter and forced their opponents on to the back foot.
They took a deserved lead on six minutes, a Chad Randall miss-pass carving open a huge gap for Howell to stride through and touch down.
Randall turned provider again moments later, charging down a Danny Orr kick before seizing on the loose ball and feeding Bailey for a clear run to the line.
The home side shot themselves in the foot from the restart, though, as Antonio Kaufusi coughed up the ball near his own line, with Youngquest darting over in the corner to get the Tigers on the board.
Castleford came close to levelling before the 20-minute mark, Jake Emmitt spilling as he attempted to ground the ball.
There was no such mistake from the visitors on 22 minutes, a short Rangi Chase pass seeing Dixon crash through some weak tackling and cross at the sticks.
Youngquest looked like he might be in for his second shortly afterwards, only for a last-ditch tackle from Luke Dorn to save the day.
That proved vital on the half-hour mark as the Broncos regained the lead, Gower bursting through a gap from close range to touch down.
Even better was to come for the hosts, Cook stretching over after Dorn had snaffled a booming Michael Witt kick.
The visitors came out fired up after the break and were quick to score as poor defence out wide allowed McGoldrick to cross with ease.
The Londoners took control on the hour-mark, Sarginson showing great strength to force his way over after Michael Robertson had touched back Witt’s kick.
That lead became 16 points when Gower charged through a gap before offloading for Golden to stroll home for a decisive score.
Late tries from Melling and Howell added to the victory margin.