TRURO City top the fledgling Southern League Premier South table after a resounding 3-0 win at home to Dorchester Town on Tuesday night.

Harlian Mbayo gave the White Tigers a half-time lead, before strikes from Luke Jephcott and Noah Keats made the game safe late on.

Four sides join Truro in having a 100 per cent start to the season. An 85th-minute goal from Mohamed Saadi sealed a 1-0 win for Blackfield & Langley at home to Wimborne Town.

Harry Williams' 88th-minute goal ensured a 2-1 victory for Swindon Supermarine at Hartley Wintney. Stuart Fleetwood put the visitors in front before Tyron Smith levelled with ten minutes to go, but Williams sealed victory for the away team.

Harrow Borough also needed a late winner, with Anthony O'Connor providing it with ten minutes to go in their match at Hayes & Yeading United. Michael Bryan put Harrow in front but James Clark and Ogochukwu Obi turned the game on its head. Frank Keita levelled for Harrow before O'Connor's late goal snatched three points.

Chesham United complete the group of 100 per centers after a 3-1 win at Beaconsfield Town. Dernell Wynter, Romario Hart and Karl Oliyide netted for United, while Reece Yorke replied for Town.

Beaconsfield are one of two teams without a point from their two games, and they are joined by Walton Casuals, who lost 2-0 at home to Farnborough. Andrew Sealy-Harris and Connor Cullen scored for the visitors.

Tiverton Town staged a remarkable comeback earn a 2-1 victory at Poole Town. The Yellows were a goal down to Jamie Whisken's strike, but Jordan Dyer levelled on 88 minutes, before River Allen tucked away a match-winning penalty in the third minute of injury-time.

Salisbury also benefitted from a 93rd-minute winner, with Georget Colson's late, late finish enough opening and closing the scoring in his side's match at home to Gosport Borough.

The award for latest goal of the night went to Weston-super-Mare's Scott Laird, whose goal in the sixth minute of injury time rescued a 1-1 draw at Merthyr Town. Ian Traylor had given Merthyr the lead on 70 minutes.

Hendon and Metropolitan Police also played out a 1-1 in a game that was goalless with eleven minutes to go. Connor Calcutt put Hendon in front on 80 minutes, only for Jeremy Arthur to rescue a point for Met Police four minutes from time.