Bath City moved to the top after securing their tenth point from four games with a 2-1 win over Hungerford Town.
Ross Stearn and Harvey Smith were on target as Jerry Gill’s men continued their impressive start to the new campaign.
On Wednesday night Havant & Waterlooville host Dorking Wanderers, who are three from three - Marc White's men take over at the top if they return home with three points.
Dean Brennan is off to a flyer at Wealdstone. A third win from four moved them into second, the Stones were narrow 1-0 winners over Chippenham as a diving header from Billy Clifford was enough.
Concord Rangers couldn’t make it four straight wins, they were victims of Tonbridge Angels’ first victory back in the National League South.
Dulwich also couldn’t keep their 100 per cent record in tact after going down 1-0 to Hemel Hempstead at Vauxhall Road.
Sam Ashford got the crucial goal in what manager Sammy Moore called a “proper team performance” against the side who have made a blistering start.
There was no separating Maidstone United and Eastbourne as they fired blanks at the Gallagher Stadium.
Hampton’s slow start continued as they went down 3-2 at Oxford City, who now have their first win.
The Beavers’ have lost four in a row now, Moore-Azille the two goal hero for Oxford.
Billericay are on nine points from a possible 12 as they saw off Welling United 2-1. A Jordan Parkes blockbuster and a late Jake Robinson spot kick proved to be the difference in Essex.
Braintree Town are officially up and running - and how!
A thumping 3-0 success at St Albans City means Glen Driver is in business with his first points on the board.
Slough Town have their first point too as the Rebels bit back to deny Weymouth another win. Ben Harris made it 1-1 after the Terras took a fifth minute lead through Abdulai Baggie.
National League South results:
Bath City 2-1 Hungerford Town
Billericay Town 2-1 Welling United
Hemel H 1-0 Dulwich Hamlet
Maidstone United 0-0 Eastbourne
Oxford City 3-2 Hampton & RB
Slough Town 1-1 Weymouth
St Albans 0-3 Braintree
Tonbridge 1-0 Concord Rangers
Wealdstone 1-0 Chippenham
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