A full National League programme left us with plenty to choose from - but you won’t be surprised to see three from Prenton Park making out super 16.
There were a number of highly impressive performances as we really enter the business end of the season on a bus night of action.
Of course, we can’t be at every match - as much as we would love to be!
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The National League Team of Tuesday night:
Goalkeeper: Shwan Jalal (Macclesfield)
Any one of Macclesfield’s players could have made it in but the glovesman was golden at Prenton Park. Fantastic display stretched the Silkmen’s advantage.
Defender: Luke Woolfenden (Bromley)
Though his goal was the winner at Aldershot and it really should have been. Solid at both ends of the pitch.
Defender: David Stephens (Boreham Wood)
Commanding and controlled, the big defender didn’t miss a trick against Maidstone United. Wood, with four wins in a row, are right in the mix.
Defender: Jamie Collins (Sutton United)
Kept going right until the last minute. His penalty was the winner and it was a real captain’s performance down at Torquay United.
Defender: Cliff Mayo (FC Halifax)
Vital win for the Shaymen and Mayo was the key man. Would have very much impressed his new manager.
Midfielder: Elliott Durrell (Macclesfield)
What is it they say about big players producing on big occasions? This was a top level performance from a player with bundles of ability. Your two-goal captain.
Midfielder: James Brophy (Leyton Orient)
Included for the second time in four days. This time the match winner for much-improved Orient at Chester.
Midfielder: Mitch Pinnock (Dover)
Impressive Pinnock’s night was so much more than just the winning goal for Dover against Dagenham & Redbridge.
Midfielder: John Rooney (Guiseley)
Is it too late? Guiseley’s late winner over Fylde kept them believing. Rooney’s winner ay inspire a recovery.
Midfielder: Harold Odametey (Maidenhead)
He doesn’t score the goal but does a lot of the hard work for Alan Devonshire. Excellent as Eastleigh came unstuck in Berkshire.
Striker: Danny Kedwell (Ebbsfleet)
The two-goal hero for the Fleet, their Mr Reliable was on top of his game one again as his club start to smell the play-offs place again.
Harry Pritchard (Maidenhead United)
Jamey Osborne (Solihull Moors)
Danny Whitaker (Macclesfield)
Manny Oyeleke (Aldershot)
Jordan Preston (Gateshead)