BRAINTREE TOWN are still searching for their first National League South win after they were beaten 4-0 at home by leaders Dorking Wanderers.

A brace from Jimmy Muitt and further goals from Wes Fogden and James McShane gave the visitors a comfortable win at Cressing Road and condemned George Borg's side to a third successive league defeat.

The defeat leaves Braintree bottom of the National League South table, after three matches.

BRIGHTLINGSEA REGENT were also on the wrong end of a 4-0 defeat, after losing at Horsham in the Pitching In League Premier.

First-half goals from Thomas Day and William Miles put the hosts in command, before further strikes from Chris Smith and Rob O'Toole after the break wrapped up Horsham's win.

MALDON AND TIPTREE maintained their fine form with a 4-1 FA Trophy second qualifying round win over Grays Athletic.

A penalty from Adam Vyse, combined with goals from Aaron William-Bushell, Andre Hasanally and a second half strike from Hamza Kaid ensured the Jammers progressed to the next round.

The Jammers are now unbeaten in nine matches, in all competitions.

HEYBRIDGE SWIFTS also made progress in the FA Trophy after winning 5-4 on penalties, at Norwood.

The second qualifying tie had finished 3-3, after the home side recovered a three-goal deficit in dramatic fashion, in the second half.

Andrew Fennell's brace and another strike from Emmanuel Osei-Owusu had put the Swifts in command, before half-time.

However, goals from Marcelo Graca, Devonte Totesaut and Hafed Al-Droubi in the final 18 minutes of the tie got Norwood back into it, only for Swifts to win on penalties.

In the FA Vase, HOLLAND FC bowed out of the competition after losing 4-3 on penalties to visitors Colney Heath.

The second qualifying round tie had finished 0-0, after normal time.

In Thurlow Nunn League premier division, STANWAY ROVERS were on the wrong end of a 1-0 defeat at Stowmarket Town.

In first division south, HARWICH AND PARKESTON lost 2-1 at Benfleet but WIVENHOE TOWN travelled to play May and Baker and won 2-1, courtesy of goals from Karl Swanborough and Felipe Zamorano.

LITTLE OAKLEY hosted Burnham Ramblers and were on the wrong end of a 4-3 defeat.

Jordan Heath, Greg Rodger and Lewis Wood scored the Acorns' goals.