What Happened In The National League And FA Trophy Today

By Sam Elliott

It was another unpredictable National League afternoon laced with some incredible FA Trophy shocks.

National League North Hereford will walk out at Wembley and they will face Isthmian League AFC Hornchurch after a thrilling day.

The Bulls beat Woking 1-0, while the Essex club came from behind three times and eventually beat Notts County on penalties to ruin new Magpies manager Ian Burchnall’s first day.

In the National League, Sutton United showed typical title-winning spirit to come from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 at FC Halifax Town.

Craig Eastmond’s leveller rescued a point and keeps Matt Gray’s side four points in front.

Hartlepool United will be cursing Paddy Madden’s leveller as Stockport County bit back to deny them in a 1-1 draw.

Torquay United haven’t enjoyed life away from home lately, and an Angelo Balanta winner saw them fall to a 1-0 defeat at Dagenham.

Chesterfield stormed into the top seven for the first time this season but they were made to work for it by Weymouth.

A first-half Tom Whelan goal was good enough as the Spireites won 1-0 against the stubborn Terras.

Wrexham, pictured, look a team to watch out for in 2021.

Dior Angus’ double inspired a 3-0 win over managerless Bromley after Jordan Davies bagged the opener.

Don’t count Yeovil Town out quite yet. Tom Knowles, Charlie Lee and Josh Neufville goals beat Barnet 3-1.

In the live BT Sport game, Ryan Colclough’s go direct from a corner was enough for Altrincham to secure a seventh away win of the season at Maidenhead.

Solihull Moors’ nine men raised their spirits, a hard-earned 1-0 victory over Aldershot was delivered by Cameron Archer on the half hour.

King’s Lynn’s players also lifted the mood, Simeon Jackson sealed a come-from-behind win over Eastleigh, 2-1 it ended at The Walks.

For all today’s results, click here.

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