Hungerford moved to within one point of safety with a narrow 2-1 win over Chippenham
Maidenhead 0 - 1 Hartlepool
Report by David Robinson. Pics Jez Sayle
A stunning free kick saw Dulwich leave Hemel Hempstead with no points despite dominating possession.
White Tigers well beaten at Oxford City...
The ten man Bluebirds went down to a stoppage time goal after Hungerford fought back from a goal down at the interval.
City Continue Climb Up Table
Nicky Walker and Gavin Allott struck the decisive blows as Boston United secured a richly-deserved triumph over York City on Saturday afternoon.
Clarets beaten by basement side East Thurrock United.
Hampton and Richmond were held to a disappointing 0-0 draw away at Gloucester City as they couldn’t make the most of large periods of dominance.
Moors Secure Away point at Gander Green lane writes John Clothier
Hampton could not follow up their win over East Thurrock as they were thrashed 4-0 by Concord Rangers at the Aspect Arena.
Moors Edge Town in End to End Battle
Rhys Murrell-Williamson’s goal in stoppage time was the difference as the Beavers took the spoils against ten-man East Thurrock.
Chippenham were given a lesson in finishing as Weston Super Mare scored three times with their limited chances whilst the Bluebirds could only convert once from double figure chances.
Dulwich can consider themselves unfortunate not to gain anything from this match as crucial decisions went against them
Ryan Hall scored twice as Eastbourne Borough picked up three points at Grosvenor Vale against 10-man Wealdstone
Sam Seals the Deal
Boston United battled their way to a creditable point on the road at Chorley in Vanarama National League North on Saturday afternoon.
Two second half goals from Welling condemned Hungerford to yet another defeat despite a spirited display in Kent.
Harrogate have York Road maximum
Dior Angus grabbed his seventh goal of the season for Nuneaton Borough, but it wasn’t enough to overturn the deficit against Blyth Spartans, thanks to a Danny Maguire brace.
Clarets bounce back from Cup exit with League victory.
Maidenhead 1 – 1 Ebbsfleet
Us lose to Clifton strike
Sports defeated by a single goal at Twerton Park
Chelmsford City’s recent home form took a hit with a 2-0 home defeat to in-form Truro City.
The Bluebirds accounted for another of National South’s fancied side’s when they lowered third placed Wealdstone’s colours in an enthralling game at Hardenhuish Park.
Duwlich fell to a single goal defeat having played 65 minutes a player short after Quade Taylor was rightly sent off in the 25th minute.
95th minute Martin goal cancelled out by 97th minute Inman header!
White Tigers victorious at Chelmsford City...
Self Sees City to Victory
Report by David Robinson. Pictures Jez Sayle
Boston United conceded a goal deep into stoppage time as Southport left The Jakemans Stadium with maximum spoils on Saturday afternoon.
Hampton and Richmond now six games without a win in the National League South after home loss to Dartford FC.
A second fruitless journey to Essex brings another away defeat, as Borough never get off the runway....
Tough Encounter Sees Spoils Shared - Report from John Clothier
Moors Turn Up The Heat On The Iron (Report From John Clothier)
See below match report by Allan Mitchell
A defensive mistake from captain Magnus Okuonghae meant that Dulwich left Devon pointless as Truro ran out 3-2 winners.
Unbeaten run extended as Dulwich Hamlet are beaten...
Chippenham deservedly edged a five goal thriller in Hertfordshire where both teams emerged with credit after producing an entertaining game in horrendous weather conditions.
Hungerford were left feeling aggrieved by two referring decisions that undoubtedly changed the course of the game.
Match Postponed due to international call ups
Boston United were edged out by the only goal of the game as AFC Telford United maintained their unbeaten home record on Saturday.
It's a grim afternoon at the Gulag as the unbeaten away record is blown away...
Dulwich surrendered a two goal lead in the last 9 minutes to throw away two points against bottom side Weston-super-Mare
Report by David Robinson. Photos Jez Sayle
What a weekend it was - so much so that the National League Team of the Weekend was possibly its most competitive ever!
There were shocks, surprises and stunning goals on Saturday.
Tommy Wright refuses to throw in the towel at Darlington despite a costly defeat on Saturday.
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