Plymouth Albion chairman of rugby Graham Dawe has praised his forwards after the 21-20 win over Moseley.
Albion's forwards won a penalty try with seven minutes left which was converted by James Love to seal victory at the Brickfields.
"The scrum was dominant all day, it was a brave decision to make that call," Dawe told BBC Radio Devon.
Love scored the rest of Albion's points with a first half try as well as kicking three penalties.
But Dawe said there was still room for improvement in his side, which is still in ninth place in the Championship.
"We've got to be tighter when we've got possession, we can't afford to make errors which gives them possession and field position," he said.