BMW 14.7 (91) defeated Jamestown-Peterborough 12.16 (88)
BMW produced a superb second half comeback to snatch the points against the unlucky Magpies.
The opening term was very even with the Pies leading 3.4 (22) to 3.2 (20) at the first break.
The second quarter saw Jamestown-Peterborough take control and they held a healthy 25-point lead at half time, and should have led by more but for some inaccuracy in front of goals.
After the long break the Pies scored the opening two goals to lead by six and looked to be cruising towards their first win for the season.
BMW then seemed to spark into action and kicked eight goals in the final 20 minutes of the term and led by four points at the final change.
A tense final quarter saw both sides have chances, but it was the Lions who were able to hold on for a gutsy three point win. Best for BMW was the speedy youngster Travis McCallum who had an outstanding game along with Simon George (two goals) who was a constant threat up forward.
Greg Fiebig set up plenty of forward thrusts with his creative handballs and Daniel Kwaterski and Liam Bury (two goals) made the list.
Ryan Foulis managed five goals despite being hampered by a hamstring injury and Cameron McCallum managed 2.
Best for the Pies was Fraser Tonkin (three goals) who continues to improve the longer the season is going.
Sam Redden once again produced a top class game, as did midfielder Greg Farr and defender Hamish Tonkin.
Captain Bernie Kelly controlled the ruck hitouts throughout the match.
Youngster Callum Tonkin kicked three goals and Ryan Simpson and Zac Noonan managed two each.