What Happened On Tuesday Across The National League

By Sam Elliott

It was certainly a night of shocks and surprises in the Vanarama National League.

Leaders Grimsby Town had an off night as they went down to a rare defeat at Wealdstone.

Matt Buse’s 29th minute winner, pictured, stunned the table toppers in north west London.

Wrexham’s new owners watched on but they probably wish they picked another game to fly in for.

The Dragons lost 3-2 at Maidenhead United, Josh Kelly ruining the turn around for the ten men.

Stockport County were undone by brave Barnet as goals from Josh Widdowson and Reiss Greenidge earned a 2-1 victory, but the eye-catching win was soured by their opening scorer’s bad injury.

It was a good night for Chesterfield as some of those around them stumbled.

Kabongo Tshimanga once again got the all-important goal as they won 1-0 at home to Eastleigh.

Michael Cheek nabbed Bromley a close range point at Notts County ten minutes from time.

Boreham Wood had Scott Boden to thank for their 1-0 win at King’s Lynn Town.

The live BT Sport game was played in front of a big crowd but they couldn’t cheer an Altrincham win.

Joe Sbarra turned things around as Solihull Moors pounced for an impressive 2-1 victory.

Dagenham were defeated 1-0 at FC Halifax Town - an early effort from Kieran Green enough.

Yeovil Town earned a much-needed win - goals from Charlie Wakefield and Tom Knowles earned a 2-0 success over Woking.

Aldershot’s problems continue after Weymouth took home all the points from the EBB.

In the National League North, two-goal Ben Tollitt inspired an AFC Fylde reaction.

After their first league defeat of Saturday, the Coasters defeated third place Spennymoor Town 2-0.

Boston United’s two penalty kicks defeated promotion rivals York City 2-1.

A goals from George Glendon eight minutes into time added on sparked wild celebrations as Chester beat Gloucester City 3-2.

Connor Hall’s instant impact lifted Chorley, who pegged Kidderminster Harriers back.

It was an impressive night for Leamington - they beat Farsley Celtic 3-0, days after the Yorkshire club toppled leaders AFC Fylde.

Joe Parker was at the double for the Brakes before Dan Turner made the points safe midway through the second half for Paul Holleran’s men.

Southport picked up for their three points in style as they defeated Darlington 3-0.

In the National League South, Dorking Wanderers produced an epic second half recovery to defeat Eastbourne Borough 4-3.

So did Hampton & RB - Gary McCann’s team came back from 2-0 to win 3-2 at Welling United, Niko Muir with the winner.

St Albans City won for a fifth game in a row, Shaun Jeffers’ hat-trick battered Billericay Town 4-1.

Ebbsfleet United’s late show left Braintree Town bruised, while Dulwich Hamlet and Maidstone United fired blanks.

For all Tuesday night’s results, click here.

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