Leaders Swindon Town maintained their 100 percent start to the League Two season with a 2-0 win over Chester City.
Dennis Wise's charges have been in superb form this term and they took their time to warm up against Chester.
Lee Peacock broke the deadlock just after half-time, although there were up against it when Jerel Ifil was sent off.
However, the visitors finished the stronger and Peacock's second wrapped up the points after 74 minutes.
Lincoln City remain unbeaten following a 3-1 success over newly-promoted Accrington Stanley.
The home side were in control from the off with first half goals from Martin Gritton and Mark Stallard putting them two-up.
Stallard's second on the night made it 3-0 and things went from bad to worse when Michael Welch collected his second yellow card.
However, the visitors never gave up hope and Gary Roberts gave Stanley's fans something to cheer when he netted a consolation.
There was still time for the visitors to finish the contest with nine men when Peter Cavanagh also secured his marching orders.
Elsewhere, Hartlepool secured their first league win over the season following a 2-1 win over Boston.
Antony Sweeney opened the scoring, but the home side were a man down when John Brackstone was shown a straight red.
Hartlepool's Jon Daly settled the nerves when he added a second, although Dany N'Guessan's strike set up a tense finish at Victoria Park.
The game finished 10-a-side when Paul Ellender was shown his second yellow card late on.
The spoils were stared at Darlington as Torquay claimed a 1-1 draw at The TFM Arena.
Lee Thorpe's spot-kick put The Seagulls in front although Kalu Ngoma's strike secured a point.
Macclesfield's trip to Grimsby also finished all-square as Andrew Teague's effort cancelled out Ciaran Toner's opener.
Wycombe remain at the right end of the table after Jermaine Easter's second half strike sunk Mansfield.