Port Vale 2-1 Gillingham
Substitute Tom Pope helped Port Vale come from behind to seal three points at home to Gillingham.
Danny Kedwell had put the visitors in front early on after he nodded in Amine Linganzi's left-wing delivery.
Port Vale equalised after the break when Carl Dickinson flicked on Chris Lines' corner for Chris Robertson to easily bury a close-range header.
Pope then headed onto Dickinson's right-hand cross to snatch the winner for Vale midway into the second half.
VIEW FROM THE DRESSING ROOM
Gillingham interim manager Peter Taylor told BBC Radio Kent:
"First half, excellent, I was really pleased, we could have scored more than one goal.
"The massive negative was the start of the second half where we conceded two poor goals.
"I thought the way we finished the game we deserved to get a goal.
"As much as I'm disappointed, there were some good performances today, and unfortunately we haven't got anything."