Warrington Town produced a five star second half fight-back coming from a goal down at the break to run out 5-1 victors at Salford City and go top of the table.
The hosts took the lead midway through the first half through Jack Redshaw after Warrington failed to clear a corner.
With Town looking lethargic they still managed to miss a couple of gilt edged chances as Chris Gahgan hit the post and Jamie Henders failed to convert the rebound with the goal at his mercy.
But Joey Dunn's half-time team talk transformed Town who ripped the opposition apart with two goals from Gahgan, a Chris Thompson penalty and two for debutant midfielder Adam Carden, who has joined the club on loan from Southport.
Former Town striker Gavin Salmon failed to get a look in for his new club and was substituted in the last 15 minutes.
Warrington now host Curzon Ashton on Tuesday night at Cantilever Park, kick off 7.45pm and are hoping for a big crowd with free admission for all Warrington Wolves' season ticket holders.
Paul Pritchard, Mike Duffy, River Humphreys, Dale Wright, Tom Hardwick (C), Kyle Hamid, Adam Carden, Adam Wade, Jamie Henders, Chris Thompson, Chris Gahgan.
Anthony Hickey, Liam Shipton, Michael Brown, Jack McGowan, Steve Ferrigan.