Aston Oxborough earned a well-deserved clean sheet on Saturday as Wealdstone thrashed Braintree 4-0 in the National League South.
Oxborough has impressed in his first few games for the Stones and he picked up first clean sheet in the comprehensive victory.
Meanwhile, James Husband was sent off in Blackpool's 3-1 win over Southend United.
The Seasiders stormed to a three-goal lead at half-time after a Nathan Delfouneso double and own goal from Harry Lennon.
Husband was sent for an early bath on the hour mark and Southend profited when Simon Cox headed home a consolation on 75 minutes.
Rocky Bushiri came on as a late substitute on 87 minutes to help Simon Grayson’s men see out the victory.
Elsewhere in Sky Bet League One, Carlton Morris’ Rotherham suffered a disappointing 2-0 defeat at home to Lincoln City.
Morris came on with the Millers already two down and they couldn’t find a way back into the contest.
Also in League One, Sean Raggett was an unused substitute in Portsmouth’s 2-0 win over Tranmere Rovers.
In League Two, Mason Bloomfield made his first competitive start for Crawley Town as they beat Salford City 2-0.
The City striker came off at the break when Crawley were one-up, Bez Lubala’s penalty giving them the advantage. Nathan Ferguson sealed the win for Crawley in the second-half.
In the same division, Diallang Jaiyesimi missed Swindon Town’s 3-2 win over Carlisle United.
In Scotland, Josh Coley came on as a 65th minute substitute as Dunfermline Athletic drew 1-1 with Queen of the South in the Ladbrokes Championship.
Kyle Turner’s early goal for Dunfermline was cancelled out by Gary Oliver shortly after the hour mark.
In the Scottish Premiership, Simon Power was not included in Ross County’s matchday squad for their goalless draw against Hearts.
Charlie Gilmour could make his competitive debut for SC Telstar in the Eerste Divisie today. They begin their campaign against AZ Alkmaar II.
FC Dordrecht began their campaign with defeat to NAC Breda on Friday night but Savvas Mourgos did not feature in the matchday squad.
In the National League, Anthony Spyrou did not feature for Chesterfield in the 2-2 draw at Boreham Wood.
In the National League North, Alfie Payne was an unused substitute in King’s Lynn Town’s 3-1 defeat of Hereford.