Aldershot extended their unbeaten run to seven matches in all competitions with victory over Bristol Rovers.
Alex Rodman scored the decisive goal, firing a low shot past Pirates goalkeeper Scott Bevan from 12 yards.
Luke Guttridge also went close for the visitors, but headed wide of the post from a corner.
The home side put the Shots under pressure in the second half but were unable to find the net, with Eliot Richards stabbing wide from six yards.
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Aldershot boss Dean Holdsworth told BBC Surrey:
"We were magnificent in the first half and very professional in the second half. The desire to keep a clean sheet was there for all to see.
"Alex took his goal well and I was a bit disappointed we didn't get the second. We're slowly gathering a great team spirit.
"We've got to prepare now for Rochdale at home in the Carling Cup on Tuesday. It's our Cup final, and there will be a great atmosphere."