Fylde were 22-21 down at half time in their National League One encounter at the Woodlands against third-placed Plymouth Albion
Fylde had made a rapid start to this National League One contest.
After Kieran Hallett had put the visitors in front with a penalty - Fylde replied with tries by Jack Turley and Dave Fairbrother, both converted by Greg Smith.
But Fylde, leading 14-3 after only six minutes, could not capitalise on this flying start and Plymouth retaliated with a converted try by Robin Wedlake-Millecam.
Exemplary kicking by Hallett enabled Plymouth to hit back and register a 19-14 advantage as the visitors made the most of the string of penalties that came their way.
George Nott hit back for Fylde with a try, again converted by Smith to put Fylde back ahead 21-19.
Plymouth's response was a penalty by Hallett, which saw them the advantage at 22-21 in a hugely entertaining encounter.