Bristol Rovers slumped to a home defeat at the hands of Cheltenham.
Kaid Mohammed gave the visitors the lead after a fine run and shot before Luke Summerfield doubled the advantage with a piledriver.
James Spencer converted from close range from a Marlon Pack corner as the Robins went 3-0 up.
Lee Brown's deflected 25-yard shot reduced arrears but that was as good as it got for the Pirates, who were booed off by disgruntled supporters.
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Cheltenham Town manager Mark Yates told BBC Gloucestershire:
"We've worked hard this week on being a little more clinical. I've got the best three midfield players in League Two and they proved that today.
"Kaid Mohammed has been one of the shining lights this season as he's a player that can turn a game
"Neil Howarth's been working on the set pieces after seeing Olympiakos v Arsenal the other day. He came to me and said 'I've got a set piece that'll work a treat' and we worked on it yesterday and it couldn't have been any better."