Burton Albion collected their first three-point haul of the season as Aaron Webster's double secured a 2-1 victory at home to Scarborough.
Webster opened the scoring with a penalty midway through the first half after Scarborough defender Kevin Nicholson had handled the ball. The striker calmly tucked the ball in the bottom corner of the net for his second success from the spot this season.
Jon Shaw nearly doubled the lead but the visitors' goalkeeper Leigh Walker parried his effort to safety.
Mark Quayle twice went close to equalising but both times found goalkeeper Daniel Crane in fine form.
Brian Wake restored parity at the start of the second half from close range but Scarborough were level for only a few minutes for Webster grabbed his second goal of the match when heading home Keith Gilroy's cross.
Wake and Nicholson went close for Nick Henry's side in the closing stages but Burton held on.