The Bluebirds threw away a 2-0 interval lead as Gloucester City hit three second half goals inside four minutes at the same time guaranteeing their safety from relegation.
Two first half goals in ten minutes sees Eastleigh earn Play-off spot
A late goal from Lewis Leigh-Gichrist kept Hungerford in the driving seat for another season of national league south football
See below match report by Allan Mitchell
Eastbourne Borough secured their National League South status, but only after late drama at Arbour Park...
Reise Allassani scored twice on his return to Champion Hill to end Dulwich's three match winning streak
Report by David Robinson
Clarets comfortably beaten in below-par performance.
Late leveller gives us a share of the spoils...
Defender Ryan Cresswell scored the winning goal as Boston United recorded a 2-1 victory over Ashton United in their final home clash on Easter Monday.
Despite holding a 2 goal lead, the Beavers are pegged back by Truro
Late Strikes Keep Slough's Playoff Hopes Alive
The Hamlet made it three league wins in succession with a fine victory at play off chasing Wealdstone.
It was a really good ‘Good Friday’ for the Bluebirds as they became the only side to record a National South League double over champions elect Torquay United.
Disappointing reverse for The White Tigers...
3rd straight win for the Beavers relegates Weston-super-Mare
Emma James reports as Fondop finish breaks down Bluebirds
Chelmsford City's hopes of a top 3 finish took a blow yesterday after they lost 2-0 away at Welling United.
Ben Davies was dismissed as Boston United tumbled to a 2-0 away defeat at the hands of Brackley Town on Good Friday.
Hungerford Town and Bath City played out a dire 0-0 draw
So Close As Moors Settle for the Play Off's............................Writes John Clothier
Moors bag all three points at Hayes Lane...
3-1 reverse in rearranged fixture...
Grace Scott reports as first half burst wins the day
Brandon's Goal Beats the Beachboys
The Bluebirds ended their winless run that had seen them not register a win in the previous six games.
A devastating first half performance secured the three points for The Hamlet.
Report by David Robinson. Picture Jez Sayle
Darlington struck twice in the second half to leave Boston United empty-handed in their penultimate home fixture of the season on Saturday afternoon.
Late leveller gives us a point at Hemel Hempstead Town...
Hampton secured their first win at home since January thanks to a double from Ruel Sotiriou
Hungerford paid the price for a poor first half in London
Chelmsford City got back to winning ways at home to Woking thanks to goals from Rhys Murphy and Adrian Cascaval
Moors Cement Play Offs In Nail Biter..............Writes John Clothier
Ten-men Clarets frustrated in Hertfordshire.
A large away following were rewarded with Dulwich’s first three points on the road in twenty five weeks as the Bluebirds winless run extended to six matches.
Emma James reports from York Road
Dulwich moved closer to safety and secured a first away win since October with a hard fought victory at Chippenham Town.
Two first half goals were enough for Slough Town to edge out the Crusaders
Kabby Cracker Seals the Deal
Report by David Robinson. Pictures Jez Sayle
Boston United served up one of their poorest performances of the season as they suffered a 3-0 defeat at Blyth Spartans on Saturday afternoon.
Dominant for 91 minutes, but the Sports are defeated in the 92nd, by a Parkes wonder goal
Adi Yussuf Strikes Again as Moors Take the Points at Pools.....writes John Clothier
Chelmsford City returned home from Devon empty handed following a 3-1 defeat to Torquay United on Tuesday night.
Hampton succumb to a disappointing 3-0 defeat at home to Hungerford with goals from Rusby and Whittingham
Dulwich rescued a point with an equaliser in the last minute of five added on.
Following the club’s first ever relegation, Weston-super-Mare goalkeeper Luke Purnell has promised fans improvement next year.
Gavin Cowan says whatever happens on Saturday AFC Telford can be proud of the season they have had.
Bernard Morley is keen to take the positives from Chester's season despite falling short of their goals.
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