What Happened On Saturday Across The National League?

By Sam Elliott

It was another big day across the three National League divisions as all the clubs returned to league action.

Chesterfield won the afternoon’s big game against Boreham Wood - and it was typically an old boy who stole the headlines.

Kabongo Tshimanga‘s winner earned all three points and the Spireites‘ great season continues, pictured.

But Grimsby Town remain top as they won yet another home game.

They defeated Yeovil Town 2-0, John McAtee making the game safe for Paul Hurst’s team.

Notts County halted Stockport County’s recent revival - Frank Vincent got what turned out to be the winner in a 2-1 triumph.

Bromley keep on winning - Michael Cheek’s penalty saw off Aldershot, 3-2 it ended in another classic between the sides.

Kevin Mather’s tenure at Southend United got off to a forgettable start - Dagenham just too deadly, Sam Ling the destroyer.

The BT Sport live game was a thriller.

Maidenhead United got their first win since August as Sam Barrett’s late winner sealed a 3-2 victory over Woking.

Callum Maycock was the Solihull Moors hero as they edged out FC Halifax Town.

Paul Mullin scored again as Wrexham’s breezed past Barnet 3-0 at the Hive.

Torquay United beat King’s Lynn Town 2-0, while Connor McAvoy pinched a good point for Wealdstone at Weymouth. Tom Whelan completed Eastleigh’s turn around at home to Altrincham.

In the National League North, leaders AFC Fylde’s unbeaten start is over.

James Hanson inspired Farsley Celtic to an impressive 1-0 win.

Omari Sterling-James got a double as Kidderminster Harriers hit Bradford PA for five at Aggborough.

Mark Beck kept York City looking up as they won 1-0 against Chester.

Kia Williams’ 95th minute goal rescued AFC Telford United in a thrilling ending at Gloucester City, 2-2 it ended.

Boston United won 1-0 at Blyth Spartans while Curzon Ashton grabbed a valiant point at Spennymoor Town.

In the National League South, leaders Dartford’s day off wasn’t capitalised upon.

Maidstone United lost 2-0 at home to Dorking Wanderers, while Oxford City had to settle for a draw as Chelmsford City struck late to break the ten mens’ hearts. Adam Morgan made it 1-1.

Greg Cundle’s early goal was enough for Ebbsfleet United at Eastbourne Borough.

Ryan Seager got two as Hungerford Town won 4-1 against Concord Rangers.

Shaun Jeffers also hit a brace as St Albans City won 2-0 at Bath City.

Slough Town struck early to beat Havant & Waterlooville, while there were also wins for Tonbridge Angels and Dulwich Hamlet.

For all Saturday’s results, click here.

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