Papua New Guinea have held on to beat the United Arab Emirates by two wickets at the Women's World T20 Cricket Qualifiers in the Netherlands.
The Lewas, who had lost their opening match against tournament favourites Bangladesh, dismissed the UAE for 83 after being asked to bowl first, with an incredible five of the ten wickets coming by way of run out.
Sibona Jimmy returned impressive figures of 2 for 11 while Maire Tom conceded just two runs from her two overs.
Chasing 84 runs to win PNG were in control 73 for 4 before losing three wickets in 11 balls.
Brenda Tau top-scored with 19 as four of the top five batters reached double figures but it was debutant Naoni Vare who held her nerve after the late-innings slump with a crucial five not out, including the match-winning single off the penultimate ball of the match, to get the Lewas home.
Papua New Guinea remain third in Group A on net run rate and will advance to the semi-finals if they beat the Netherlands on Tuesday local time and the UAE come up short against Bangladesh.