BROMLEY stormed to their first National League win of the season with a 3-0 victory over Eastleigh.

Andrew Boyce went close for Eastleigh in just the second minute but was denied by goalkeeper Mark Cousins before Michael Cheek headed a good chance wide at the other end.

Bromley went ahead after 25 minutes through James Alabi, who calmly slotted past Joe McDonnell.

Four minutes after the break Bromley had their second as Corey Whitely broke into the box and finished calmly.

The hosts were reduced to 10 men after 68 minutes when Luke Coulson was shown a straight red card following a tackle and a brief skirmish.

But that did not stop Bromley stretching their lead through Cheek three minutes from time.

That bank holiday loss followed an opening-day defeat to Wrexham at Silverlake Stadium.

Jake Hyde scored twice as Wrexham recorded a 2-0 victory on Saturday.

The striker opened the scoring after 12 minutes with a calm finish after being put through by Paul Mullin.

Hyde grabbed his second shortly before half-time and could have had a first-half hat-trick but for a fine save from McDonnell.

Dior Angus almost added a third late on but his shot flashed wide.

Spitfires next host King's Lynn Town on Saturday (3pm).