Accrington Stanley thrashed high-flying Wrexham 5-0 as John Coleman's men ended the Racecourse Ground outfit's unbeaten start to the season.
Wrexham went into the game with three wins and three draws from their six games but four goals in 14 minutes ensured Stanley claimed the points.
Paul Mullin opened the scoring on 42 minutes before Ian Craney doubled the lead just after the break.
Two goals in three minutes from Gary Roberts (pictured) and Peter Cavanagh ensured victory before Roberts added his second and Stanley's fifth to finish off the rout after 67 minutes.
In the night's other game, Torquay were held at home by 10-man Bristol Rovers, but climbed a place because of Wrexham's defeat.
James Hunt was sent off for two bookable offences in the space of four minutes but Rovers held on to take a point back to The Memorial Stadium.