All Saturday’s National League North Action

By Sam Elliott

York City knew a win at Boston United would mean a new National League North leaders for the first time since November.

With leaders King’s Lynn not in action, the chance was there for the Minstermen to take over at the top.

But it wasn’t to be after the Pilgrims bit back to leave their fans asking if they can still be involved in the title race.

York went ahead when Kurt Willoughby’s cute lob sent the away fans wild. But Boston are very good at home.

They won it with goals from Frank Mulhern, Brad Abbott and Andi Thanoj turned it around.

Akwasi Asante got another goal to add to his tally and James Jones snatched the other as Chester just about got the better of Blyth Spartans, 2-1.

There was incredible late drama as Hereford - 2-0 down to Southport as the clock hit 90 - grabbed a point.

Kelsey Mooney’s dramatic double made any fans who left Edgar Street early regret their decision.

Marcus Dinanga’s impression brace was good enough for AFC Telford to win 2-1 at Guiseley.

Toby Mullarky kept Altrincham’s impressive unbeaten home run going but they could only draw 1-1 with Kettering Town.

Gloucester won a game they badly needed to as they edge Bradford PA 2-1. Lewis Brunt got what turned out to be the winner.

Darlington and Kidderminster drew 1-1, two goals in a week for Alex Prosser rescued a point for Harriers.

Gateshead won again, a 1-0 triumph at Curzon Ashton keeps them on track for the play-offs.

Spennymoor and Brackley Town couldn’t be separated as they both fired banks.

Adam Clayton nodded home an equaliser for Farsley Celtic as Alfreton were pegged back.

National League North:
Altrincham 1-1 Kettering
Boston United 3-1 York City
Bradford PA 1-2 Gloucester City
Chester 2-1 Blyth Spartans
Curzon Ashton 0-1 Gateshead
Farsley Celtic 1-1 Alfreton
Guiseley 1-2 AFC Telford
Hereford 2-2 Southport
Kidderminster 1-1 Darlington
Spennymoor 0-0 Brackley Town

Where next?

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