What Happened On Tuesday Night In The National League South?

By Sam Elliott

The National League South leaders roll on - and lead the way for goals and points.

Wealdstone’s advantage at the top now stands at seven points thanks to their 3-2 win at St Albans City.

They scored their 24th goal of the season - more than anyone else in English football.

Dean Brennan’s side have more points than anyone in the country - Ross Lafayette’s penalty ended up deciding matters.

Dartford parted company with joint managers Jamie Coyle and Adam Flanagan after their 3-2 defeat to a Joey Turner-inspired Tonbridge.

“We wish them all the best for the future and thank them for there efforts over the last 14 months,” a Darts statement read.

Billericay and Havant weren’t in action on Tuesday but Hemel Hempstead were - and couldn’t close the gap. They went down 2-0 at Slough Town, Max Worsfold’s wonder goal confirmed the points.

Bath City are back on track - they eased past Hampton 3-0, who they always seem to beat.

Maidstone United are climbing - their 1-0 win at Dulwich Hamlet arrived as Ibby Akanbi struck the winner five minutes from time.

There were two 0-0 draws as four sides fired blanks.

Oxford City and Weymouth left frustrated, while Welling United and Eastbourne couldn’t be separated.

Dorking Wanderers won 1-0 against Chippenham. Matt Briggs' got the winner for Marc White’s team, who could even afford to miss a penalty.

There was a big Essex derby as Concord Rangers and Braintree Town faced off.

Aron Pollock had the last laugh, finding a late leveller for Concord - it ended 2-2 at the Aspect Arena.

National League South results:
Bath City 3-0 Hampton & RB
Concord Rangers 2-2 Braintree
Dorking W 1-0 Chippenham
Dulwich Hamlet 0-1 Maidstone United
Oxford City 0-0 Weymouth
Slough Town 2-0 Hemel Hempstead
St Albans City 2-3 Wealdstone
Tonbridge Angels 3-2 Dartford
Welling United 0-0 Eastbourne

Where next?

So What Happened In The National League On Tuesday Night? We have new National League leaders after another exhilarating night of action.
What Happened In The National League North On Tuesday? New leaders, a seven goal thriller and drama in spades. Tuesday night was full of the joys of summer, even if the sun was hiding.

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