Nahki Wells started on the bench as Academy graduate Zak Vyner scored his first Bristol City goal in a memorable win over Preston North End at Ashton Gate.
Vyner capped his first start as a central midfielder with a second-half goal to help earn City their first win over the Lilywhites in 15 previous attempts.
In fact, it was 11 years to the day since City’s last home win over Preston and they were on course to end that run when Famara Diédhiou headed the Bristol City into an early lead.
Diédhiou soon made way for Wells in the 79th minute of the match.
Kole Hall and his AFC Telford traveled to Tameside to take on Curzon Ashton in their National League North matchup.
The honors ended even in an entertaining 1 – 1 game, in the 10th minute Hall held the play up inside the box, he would lay the ball into Andy Bond's path, with Bond striking a side-footed effort clear the crossbar.
Curzon Ashton took the lead in the 39th minute, Dominic Knowles headed in off the far post from a cross.
Hall was replaced in the 61st minute, and eight minutes later Jason Oswell equalized, Oswell arrived unmarked at the far post from the corner to steer the ball home from close range.