All The Goals From Another Action Packed Afternoon

By Sam Elliott

Chesterfield are now 19 points clear at the top of the National League as some big results were earned down the bottom.

The leaders' 3-1 victory at Eastleigh moved them clear into the distance - James Berry, Liam Mandeville and Will Grigg got the goals on the south coast.

It was another near perfect day for the Spireites. Second place Bromley stumbled again after throwing away the lead to lose at home to Hartlepool.

Barnet were undone by rivals Wealdstone in the final few moments. Corie Andrews notched on 90+9 to send the away fans wild.

At the other end, Kidderminster Harriers have been inspired by Phil Brown’s appointment - they came back from the dead again to defeat Oxford City 3-2. Gold Omotayo got the winner.

AFC Fylde are out of the bottom four - Jonathan Ustabasi scored twice. Woking replace them after losing 1-0 at home to Boreham Wood, Angelo Balanta won it for the ten men.

Gateshead won 1-0 at Southend and Alex Newby’s winner was big news for Altrincham at Solihull Moors.

Inih Effiong was at the double as Dagenham left Rochdale 2-1 winners. Striker Lorent Tolaj was again fantastic for Aldershot as he got the winner at FC Halifax.

Will Davies rescued a point for York City at home to Maidenhead, it ended 1-1.

There were no goals in the live games as Ebbsfleet United held Oldham Athletic to a 0-0 draw at the Kuflink Stadium.

Those trying to hunt down Yeovil Town in the National League South were given a boost.

They left Maidstone United defeated 2-1, early goals from Mo Faal and Matt Rush stunned the leaders.

Their advantage is now 10 points as Ollie Pearce scored two more for Worthing, who left Aveley with a 3-0 victory. Ewan Clark got Bath City’s winner against Eastbourne.

Chelmsford City surprisingly went down 2-1 at Havant & Waterlooville. James Roberts’ late penalty proved decisive.

St Albans City thrashed Torquay United 4-0 to leapfrog them into the play-odds. Shaun Jeffers and Giorgio Rasulo both scored twice at Plainmoor.

Hampton & RB ended their poor run with victory over Truro City. Isaac Pitblado got the winner for the ten men.

Elsewhere there were great wins for Weymouth, Tonbridge, Slough Town, Braintree and Farnborough.

Scunthorpe United reduced Tamworth’s National League North lead to ten points as they beat Rushall Olympic 2-0.

The Lambs kept yet another clean sheet as they drew 0-0 at Alfreton Town.

King’s Lynn Town won the big game at the bottom, defeating Gloucester City. Jonathan Margetts’ debut goal was the winner.

Danny Newton’s goal earned all the points for Brackley Town at home to struggling Darlington. Jason Cowley hit a hat-trick as Hereford proved too hot for Blyth Spartans to handle. It ended 5-2.

Kevin Wilson’s first game in charge of Banbury United ended with a solid point at Chester.

Issac Buckley-Ricketts was the match winner for Warrington Town as they defeated Chorley. Sam Osborne scored twice as Buxton thumped Curzon Ashton away from home.

Elsewhere Boston best Southport 3-0 and Farsley Celtic were too strong for basement boys Bishop’s Stortford.

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