Accrington Stanley scored four first half goals as John Coleman's side secured all three points with a 6-1 win over Bristol Rovers.
Following a half-hour delay to kick-off, Joe Pritchard gave the Reds an early lead but Sam Nicholson equalised for the visitors just three minutes later.
Dion Charles restored the lead for Coleman's side almost immediately, with the striker then adding a second and making it 3-1 with only 17 minutes played.
Colby Bishop made it four before the half-time break and he grabbed a brace with a close-range finish just three minutes into the second half.
Charles completed his hat-trick on 70 minutes when he latched onto a pinpoint cross into the box from Paul Smyth and diverted the ball past Rovers goalkeeper Joe Day at the near post.
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