A below par opening half hour saw the Bluebirds fall behind but a sterling second half performance saw them deservedly equalize as they drew their third game of the season
See below match report by Allan Mitchell
Hampton pick up a draw and turn a corner for the season
James Rusby scored at both ends as Hungerford were held by Chippenham.
Read our summary of yesterday's home victory against fellow Magpies, Chorley FC.
Farsley Celtic returned to winning ways as Ben Atkinson struck late on to secure his side a 1-0 victory over Spennymoor Town.
Jordan Thewlis converted a second half penalty as Boston United shared the spoils with 10-man Guiseley on Saturday afternoon.
Alfreton Town 4-0 Bradford (Park Avenue)
Two Danny Mills goals secured a comeback from a two goal deficit
Gateshead secured their first three points of the season thanks to a late goal from Joshua Kayode at Kettering Town.
Late own goal gives Moors three points...
Writes Jake Moore...
The Bluebirds lost their unbeaten National South record at high-flying Wealdstone.
By Richard Parsons
Tarik's Double Proves Crucial
A goal in either half were enough for Bath to claim a two-one victory
Eastbourne Borough and Maidstone United played out a goalless draw in a game of few opportunities at The Gallagher Stadium
Jordan Thewlis scored the only goal of the game on Tuesday evening as Boston United defeated Leamington in a match which descended into farce.
Gateshead were held to their fourth consecutive draw of the season by Bradford (Park Avenue) on Tuesday evening.
The Magpies fell to their first 19/20 National League defeat at York Road this afternoon against Hartlepool United.
On a damp evening at York Road, the points were shared.
Six of the best for Solihull Moors...
Farsley Celtic fell to a first defeat of the season following a hard-fought 2-1 loss to promotion favourites Chester.
Lee Bradbury will feel his Eastbourne Borough side should have got the three points against Oxford City.
Chippenham Town continued to be a thorn in Billericay Town’s side after inflicting the Essex side’s first defeat of the season
Alfreton Town 3-0 Blyth Spartans
Hampton getting closer to success but couldn’t hold on against Tudors
Chelmsford continued their 100% home record for the 2019/20 season, beating Dartford by four goals to nil at Melbourne Park.
Zac Earns City a Point
Nyren Clunis scored one, and had a a vital role in the winner, on his 450th appearance.
Maidstone United recorded their first win of the season courtesy of a three-one win at Hungerford Town.
City suffered their second defeat of the season at the hands of Weymouth after getting beat at the Bob Lucas Stadium.
By Rory Drake | Gateshead extended their record to three games unbeaten after playing out a goalless draw at the New Bucks Head against AFC Telford United.
Farsley Celtic and York City were forced to settle for a share of the spoils in a hard-fought 0-0 draw at Bootham Crescent.
Farsley Celtic got life in the National League North off to the perfect start with a 3-1 victory against Darlington.
Jatin Guntupalli looks back on an evening of heartbreak for the Beavers
Stenson stunner helps Moors win...
Alfreton Town 1-1 Boston United
Brown's Late Leveler Earns First Point
A disappointing return to Hardenhuish Park for the Bluebirds’ first game at headquarters for over three months, the pitch looked a vast improvement on last season
Nick Wheeler and Greg Luer strikes see the Sports pick up their first win of the new season against Tonbridge Angels
Hungerford won there first match of the national league south season by beating local rivals Slough Town one-nil at Bulpit Lane.
Jake Wright got himself on the scoresheet as Boston United battled back to earn a point at Alfreton Town on Tuesday evening.
Gateshead were held to a 1-1 draw by local rivals Darlington on Wednesday evening for their second stalemate in as many games.
Moors earn first three points...
The Clarets suffered their first defeat of the season at the hands of Concord Rangers on Tuesday night, despite being given a glimmer of hope late on.
The National League have granted 22 Clubs an Academy Licence for the inaugural National League Football Academy season.
Nigel Clough doesn’t regret saying yes to managing Derby County, just what saying yes to managing Derby County actually meant.
This weekend, The National League celebrates it’s 40th anniversary, since the first fixtures took place in the then-called Alliance Premier League.
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