Lewis Putman inspired Hanwell Town to a 3-1 derby victory over Uxbridge at Honeycroft on Tuesday night.
Putman scored two goals and provided the assist for the third as Ray Duffy's side won their first game in the Southern League Division One Central.
The striker, who is on dual registration from Wealdstone, managed to get his first goal when he rounded keeper Paul McCarthy to score on 31 minutes.
Soon after Uxbridge had an appeal for a penalty turned down while striker Matt Woods hit the post.
Uxbridge equalised midway through the second half from the spot through Craige Tomkins after substitute Chris Moore was adjudged to have been fouled by Dominic Rhone in the box.
But Hanwell responded and took the game away from the hosts with two goals in as many minutes.
Dave Thomas was penalised for bringing down Putman in the area, and he scored from the resulting penalty.
Then moments Hanwell broke clear and Putman played the ball to substitute Harry Walker, who made no mistake to secure the three points.
Elsewhere North Greenford United lost to a dramatic late goal against 10-man Potters Bar Town.
The Scholars came back after Andrew Manitou had given North Greenford the lead.
Skipper Ben Bowditch was then sent off for the home side, who rallied despite being a man down and equalised with six minutes to go before winning it through Josh Hutchinson at the death.
Meanwhile, AFC Hayes were beaten 1-0 at home by Beaconsfield SYCOB while Northwood lost 5-0 at Kettering Town.
The visitors conceded in the second minute and never recovered as Dubi Ogbonna scored a hat-trick for Kettering.