Maidenhead continued their winless start to the season at Hartlepool who took all three points thanks to a brace of goals at the start of the second half.
Nuneaton Borough suffered a 4-1 defeat at home to bottom side Southport on Saturday afternoon at a windswept Liberty Way.
Chippenham narrowly went down to defeat in Sussex after the home side made the most of hitting the Bluebirds on the counter.
Oxford City 2-1 St Albans City
A battling display and a well earned point against one of the league favourites.
The Hamlet failed to turn dominance into goals and then paid the price for poor defending.
Report by David Robinson. Picture by Jez Sayle
Stoppage time equaliser makes it 2-2 against Welling United...
Adam Marriott and Nathan Arnold scored the all-important goals as Boston United chalked up a second successive away victory on Saturday afternoon.
See below report by Allan Mitchell
A disputed penalty for Chelmsford in the 90th minute denies the Beavers a second league win
….but not without some scary moments in a 2-2 thriller.....
Never say Die Moors Thwart "U"'s
(played at Torquay United)
At the end of the match fireworks went off on the English Riviera - a fitting tribute for three well-earned points for the Bluebirds.
Boro’ just fall short of an equaliser against ten-man Pilgrims...
A thorough job in East Thurrock for the Sports
Rhys Murphy’s penalty late in the second half rescued Chelmsford City a point at Hampton & Richmond Borough
Goalkeeper Jokull Andresson sustains nasty injury at Hemel Hempstead but is okay and recovering well
Two first half goals enough for Wrexham on a night of missed opportunities at York Road
Nathan Arnold and Jonathan Wafula scored the goals as Boston United chalked up their third win of the National League North campaign on Tuesday.
City Earn First Win
Second defeat in a row at Plainmoor
Report by David Robinson. Pictures Jez Sayle
The Beavers fought back from 1-0 down to record a 3-2 win over St Albans, on an exciting night in the Vanarama National League South.
*The Moors suffer their first defeat of the season*
Ben Harding's first game in interim charge ends level...
Chelmsford City came back from a controversial penalty just before half time to draw 2-2 with newly promoted Dulwich Hamlet.
Hungerford swept aside by a rampant Chelmsford City
See below match report by Allan Mitchell
Dulwich paid for their naivety in this opening day defeat.
Dulwich came from behind to seal a sensational win with a stoppage time goal from Dipo Akinyemi
One slip was enough to cost Dulwich the points in a game where they dominated after the break but failed to score.
Magpies open account
For the second successive Saturday the Bluebirds conceded four goals.
The Cards edge a close game at Kingfield.
Chelmsford City registered their first win of the season with an emphatic victory at Hungerford Town.
Magpies snatch narrow victory at Liberty Way...
Gary McCann will be left scratching his head as to how his team did not score, before his side's lack of potency was punished through a moment of magic from Sean Rigg.
Boston United served up a dominant performance to dismantle FC United of Manchester at Broadhurst Park on Saturday afternoon.
Solihull Take All Three Points as Shots Come to Town
Honours even at Weston super Mare...
A winner from Dawes - and a winning team effort from Borough
Nuneaton Borough picked up a point from their first home match of the season with a battling goalless draw versus Hereford.
Chippenham recorded their first points of the season in a dogged game against newly promoted Slough Town.
First Trip Bring First Defeat
The Crusaders 'put a shift in' to earn their first point of the season
A 90th minute goal by Hemel's Herschel Sanchez-Watt handed the Beavers their first defeat of the season.
Chelmsford City's 18-year unbeaten record at Princes Park was brought to an end as Dartford won 1-0.
Guiseley joint manager Marcus Bignot thinks getting all areas of the field performing together holds the key to securing their first win.
When a team loses its two star strikers in one transfer window, it will always take time to find a new rhythm in front of goal.
Paul Konchesky’s National League adventure has lasted only five matches.
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