The French defender played 90 minutes as our reserves somehow lost 1-0 against Leicester City after dominating at Stevenage Borough.
It was Noe's first full shift since suffering cruciate ligament damage in a Premiership clash against Birmingham City on April 2. He actually returned to action with 45 minutes of a private friendly against Ipswich Town a fortnight ago.
At last!" beamed Noe at Broadhall Way. "I felt good and can't wait for the next game now
"I didn't feel nervous beforehand - that was more the case before my first 45 minutes a couple of weeks ago. I actually felt impatient to play the 90 minutes, I couldn't wait. Now I'm looking forward to the next reserve game next week."
By coincidence, that should mean Noe will be returning to Ipswich for a FA Premier Reserve League clash on Monday, kick-off 7pm.
For the record, Clive Allen's men had 11 efforts on goal in the first half alone against Leicester but couldn't make the breakthrough. The Foxes capitalised when substitute Adam Wykes slotted home after we failed to clear a cross in the 74th minute.
Noe Pamarot immediately switched his focus to next week after completing his first full match since April on Tuesday.