THE National League South’s shock result last night came in the form of Braintree Town beating Concord Rangers 1-0 at Cressing Road, reports Leon Imber.

The home side had no points from seven matches going into the fixture but Danny Scopes’ side could not capitalise on their woeful form.

Correy Davidson was the man on target to fire the Iron to their first win of the season and coincidentally the first match after previous manager George Borg stepped down from his role.

Concord wasted a great chance to equalise when Alex Wall missed a penalty and now sit two points from the foot of the table.

Elsewhere, Billericay Town’s trip to Welling United ended in a 2-2 draw.

Kyel Reid fired the visitors in front in the fifth minute, but Town let the hosts back into the game and by the 48th minute, Welling were 2-1 up.

Anybody that follows the National League South in any capacity will know the recent goalscoring antics of Jake Robinson, so it was no surprise that he was the one who brought Jamie O’Hara’s men back level, scoring a penalty that he earned.

That’s now six goals in Robinson’s last four matches.

Billericay still wallow in the lower half of the table, but there’s a pretty comfortable distance between them and relegation worries.