What Happened In The National League South On Saturday?

By Tom Scott

Three teams still have perfect records intact in the National League South - but what else happened in Saturday's games?

Concord Rangers, Dorking Wanderers and Dulwich Hamlet all continued their fine starts.

Decarey Sheriff scored either side of Ben Harris's goal to edge Concord past Slough Town.

Dorking Wanderers are in dreamland after overcoming Tonbridge Angels for a third maximum on the spin - James McShane opened the scoring before Jason Prior and Elliot Buchanan put it beyond doubt.

Ten-man Dulwich Hamlet overcame St Albans thanks to a Sam Merson own-goal three minutes from time.

Braintree are propping up the table after going down 4-0 to Wealdstone at Cressing Road.

Despite falling behind to Chelmsford, a Josh McQuoid hat-trick saw Weymouth run out comfortable winners on the coast.

Welling's good start came to end as they slipped to defeat against Bath with the Romans notching three without reply in the first-half.

Maidstone are on the board thanks to a fine away win at Hungerford Town.

Hemel Hempstead piled on the misery for Hampton & Richmond fans.

The Beavers are without a point in their opening three after defeat to the Tudors means they have now conceded ten goals.

Nothing to separate Dartford and Havant & Waterlooville - likewise, Eastbourne Borough and Oxford City finished level.

Nat Jarvis' late strike put the seal on a fine Chippenham Town win over Billericay.

Saturday's National League South final scores:
Braintree Town 0-4 Wealdstone
Chippenham Town 2-0 Billericay Town
Concord Rangers 2-1 Slough Town
Dartford 1-1 Havant & Waterlooville
Dorking Wanderers 3-1 Tonbridge Angels
Dulwich Hamlet 2-1 St Albans City
Eastbourne Borough 1-1 Oxford City
Hampton & Richmond Borough 1-2 Hemel Hempstead
Hungerford Town 1-3 Maidstone
Welling 0-3 Bath City
Weymouth 4-1 Chelmsford City

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