Nahki Wells and his Bristol City teammates endured a frustrating afternoon as Rotherham United pressed their way to a 2-0 win at the AESSEAL New York Stadium.
Dean Holden had touched on their set-piece threat and found his side behind inside the fourth minute when Matt Crooks headed in from a free-kick.
It was minutes before the end of the first half that they struck again, this time striker Michael Smith got himself ahead of Zak Vyner on his return to Rotherham, to tap the ball into the net and double the host’s lead.
Kane Crichlow was an unused substitute for Watford as they edged Birmingham City on the road.
The lone goal of the game came in the 85th minute when Watford captain Troy Deeney powers his penalty kick down the middle.
Ajani Burchall made his Senior Football debut for Bournemouth as they struck five in a lethal attacking display as they celebrated the return of supporters with a 5-0 win over Huddersfield Town.
Dominic Solanke scored twice in a matter of minutes to give the home side a flying start with a deft finish inside the opening minutes, Brooks adding a terrific third as the Cherries romped clear inside the first quarter of the match.
Into the second half and Junior Stanislas netted after a dazzling solo run, substitute Sam Surridge next joining the goalscoring party with a well taken fifth.
Teenager Burchall carved his name into club history with a late appearance as the home fans enjoyed a goal-laden return to the home of Bournemouth.
There was a first league start of the season for Jack Simpson, Chris Mepham missing injured, while on the bench was 16-year-old winger Burchall, the Bermudian in a matchday squad for the first time.
Chesterfield has confirmed that Midfielder Milan Butterfield has joined Guiseley on a month’s loan, Butterfield went straight into the team as Guiseley took on Southport Football Club.
Butterfield and Guiseley pick up a well-deserved win at the end of a pulsating afternoon of football with Jonathan Wafula, Josh Parsons, Kaine Felix, and Lebrun Mbeka all on the scoresheet in their 4 – 2 win.
Dale Eve and his Spennymoor teammates picked up a deserved point in a 1 – 1 draw with York City.
Spennymoor played some promising and positive display under Tommy Miller.
In the 5th minute, York City took the lead, Sean Newton's strike was only parried by Eve, and Michael Woods was there to put in the rebound.
The score was level in the 84th minute when Glen Taylor rose at the back post from a corner to head in.
Justin Donawa was not in the Solihull Squad that took on Bromley.