Roy Rencher and Jake Findlay have experienced the sweet taste of success as Stourport Swifts managers - after 14 matches.
Saturday's 3-1 Division One West victory away to Thame United - the club's first since August 30 - kept the losers in bottom spot and pushed Swifts to within three points of third from bottom Beaconsfield.
Rory May was Stourport's two-goal hero after the sides had been level at half time.
Chris Hughes fired Swifts ahead on six minutes before Craig Caldwell-Smith equalised but then May sparked the visitors.
The former Tamworth and Sutton Coldfield player skipped past two players to slot home just before the hour and headed home a Shaun Findlay corner 15 minutes from time.
Kevin Banner grabbed one goal and set up another as Bromsgrove Rovers chalked up a 2-1 win at Beaconsfield.
Banner's free kick allowed Ben Porter to head home in the 39th minute and the full-back slotted home a penalty on 57 minutes before Allan Arthur cut the deficit.
FA Trophy heroes Solihull Borough saw their second-half fightback fail to rescue them at Leighton Town.
Mark Burfoot hit the only goal on 11 minutes and though Boro dominated after that the closest they came to an equaliser was when Dave Pearson's effort was cleared off the line.
Rushall Olympic fell to a third defeat this season to Middlesex side Ashford Town.
Pics substitute Tyrone Barnett had cancelled out Dave Read's own goal but in the final minute a dubious free kick award led to Scott Todd snatching the winner.
In the Premier Division, Halesowen Town's tag as draw specialists isdoing little to help their hopes. For the ninth time in 17 matches, the Yeltz had to share the spoils after a goalless draw at home to King's Lynn.
Halesowen, sparked by Alex Cowley's wing trickery, had the better chances, with Steve Pope scooping over and Nick Amos heading wide, but the visitors, who didn't show too much inclination to pour forward, saw Danny Bloomfield hit the post.