Wrexham AFC managed a win over Eastleigh in the Conference this afternoon.
Elliott Durrell scored the side's opener in the 12th minute followed by Wes York's goal in the 27th minute.
The home side went into the second half confident rounding off the game with a right footed shot from outside the box by Andy Bishop in the 71st minute.
Wrexham now move to sixth place in the table.
Cardiff City came back in the second half to beat Sheffield Wednesday two goals to one.
After scoring the Bluebirds' opener right before the break, Sean Morrison managed an own goal in the second half to put the teams level.
Cardiff's Anthony Pilkington scored a right footed shot from the centre of the box to put the home side in front.
The game was watched by potential new Cardiff boss Russell Slade, who resigned from his post as Leyton Orient manager last week.
Swansea City leave Sunderland with a point after a goalless draw at the Stadium Of Light.
Swansea went down to ten men after Angel Rangel was sent off in the 80th minute for a bad foul.
Cardiff lead in the break against visitors Sheffield Wednesday thanks to a header by Sean Morrison.
Craig Noone made his first appearance at the stadium after missing the start of the season due to a groin injury.
It's 0-0 at the Stadium of Light as Swansea take on Sunderland in the Premier League.
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Swansea have kicked off at the Stadium of Light against Sunderland.
Swansea boss Garry Monk has made four changes to the side which knocked Everton out of the cup with Lukasz Fabianski, Angel Rangel, Wayne Routledge and former Black Cats loanee Ki Sung-yueng replacing Gerhard Tremmel, Ashley Richards, Tom Carroll and Jefferson Montero.
Leinster were made to fight all the way for their second Guinness Pro 12 win at the RDS Arena with a late bonus point try sealing a 37-23 triumph over the Cardiff Blues.
Rhys Ruddock's storming solo try had Leinster leading 13-9 at half-time, with Ian Madigan kicking eight points and Rhys Patchell contributing all 9 for Cardiff.
Converted efforts from Cory Allen and Sam Warburton put the Blues back in the hunt at 27-23, but the defending champions made certain of victory with Madigan's third penalty and Luke McGrath's late try.
Edinburgh and Scarlets had to share the points from what was ultimately a more disappointing 20-20 draw for the Welsh team, who dominated the first half at Murrayfield last night.
Scarlets put Edinburgh on the back foot after Harry Robinson scored the opening try in less than one minute. The second followed by Liam Williams in the first half - both converted by Rhys Priestland, who also added a penalty.
In a more balanced second half, Priestland and Heathcote exchanged penalties before replacement Edinburgh centre Phil Burleigh grabbed a try.
It was converted by Heathcote who could not win the game with a penalty from a foot inside the Scarlets' half.
The second half also began badly for Edinburgh.
However, in the 50th minute, Heathcote narrowed the gap with his second penalty.
Scarlets had lost some of their zip by this stage and the game settled largely in midfield as the Edinburgh line out continued to misfire.
The pendulum swung Edinburgh's way in the 72 minute.
With John Barclay sent to the sin bin, a driven line-out saw the ball released to Burleigh, who barged over. Heathcote's conversion tied the scores.
Wilfried Bony is back in contention for Swansea's clash at Sunderland this afternoon after serving his one match suspension in the mid-week win over Everton.
Bony missed the 3-0 League Cup win after being sent off in last Saturday's Premier League match with Southampton.
There are no new suspension or injury concerns for boss Garry Monk as he looks to reverse a trend of two league defeats - Jordi Amat and Leon Britton are the only two long term absentees.