Four goals were shared equally between Stamford and Bromsgrove Sporting, as the two teams played out an entertaining draw.
Conor Tee gave the Rouslers the lead inside the first minute before Lee Shaw levelled the scoring 25 minutes in.
Bromsgrove regained the lead four minutes later courtesy of a Tom Taylor header; Stamford's second equaliser of the afternoon came eight minutes into the second half, as captain Rob Morgan bagged for the Daniels.
The game got off to the best possible start for Sporting, as Conor Tee unleashed a majestic curled strike from 25 yards that flew into keeper Michael Duggan's net.
Billy Shaw almost doubled Bromsgrove's lead 13 minutes later but his effort was hit straight at Duggan; it would be another Shaw, Stamford's Lee, who would score the game's second goal, as he struck home from inside the box having been teed up by Jack Duffy.
Sporting would regain the lead soon after though, as an exquisite ball into the box by Tee was headed home by Taylor with pinpoint accuracy.
Tee almost scored his second goal of the afternoon in the 38th minute, but his rasping drive was palmed wide by Duggan.
The leveller was scored by Stamford's skipper Morgan, whose glancing header via a free kick flew past Ollie Taylor and into the bottom corner.
Bromsgrove's best chance of the half came in the 73rd minute, as a Ben O'Hanlon cross found substitute Miro Pais, who saw his shot from close range brilliantly saved by Duggan.
The home side had a brace of good chances in additional time to clinch all three points, but neither Tiago Nassunculo or Jon Challinor were able to find the target with their respective efforts, as Sporting stood firm to land a share of the spoils.
Entertainment Rating: 4/5
Reporter's Player of the Match: Conor Tee (Bromsgrove Sporting)
Report: Max Banner
MAN OF THE MATCH: The Sporting standout in our 2-2 draw vs Stamford AFC, as voted for by our travelling fans and club officials, was Luke Rowe!
Luke is sponsored for the season by Total Football Coaching