What Happened On Saturday Across The National League

By Sam Elliott

It isn’t just the FA Cup this weekend, the three National League divisions saw some big results.

Bromley are up to third after finally finishing off ten man Wealdstone.

They needed a last minute winner from Byron Webster to do it - the 3-2 victory applied some real pressure.

Grimsby Town couldn’t take advantage of the teams above them being in FA Cup action.

They went down 3-2 at Dagenham, who put in a big performance after a tough few games.

Angelo Balanta won it after a helter-skelter game in east London.

Wrexham are fourth as Jordan Davies secured an edgy 1-0 win at winless Dover Athletic.

Joe Sbarra got another goal and Adam Rooney stuck away a penalty as Solihull Moors beat Woking 2-0.

Barnet are looking so much better this season - they defeated Maidenhead United 3-0, Robert Hall’s wonder goal was a highlight.

Torquay United held on to a vital three points at Weymouth, Sinclair Armstrong got what turned out to be the winner.

Altrincham turned it around at Aldershot Town, 2-0 down they took home a point thanks to Ryan Colclough.

Yeovil Town are in the hat for the FA Cup third round - Charlie Wakefield’s goal secured victory over Stevenage.

The big National League South game was won by Dulwich Hamlet, who were again impressive in front of a sell out crowd.

They hit Ebbsfleet United for five to continue their great season.

Dartford still lead the way and a 1-0 win over Billericay Town was secured by Jake Robinson.

Reece Fleet again got the winner as Oxford City left Hungerford Town with a 1-0 win. They sit second.

Dorking Wanderers had a day to forget - Harry Parsons’ eight minute hat-trick handed Chippenham Town a 4-1 win.

Hemel Hempstead secured a brave 1-0 win at Hampton & RB while Eastbourne Borough were 2-0 winners at Welling United.

Slough beat Tonbridge as Bath City bagged a big three points at Havant & Waterlooville.

The top two in the National League North are looking strong.

AFC Fylde were too good for Blyth Spartans. Nick Haughton got two as the Coasters ran out 4-1 winners.

Brackley Town didn’t break sweat as they left Bradford PA with a 3-0 success.

Jordan Burrow turned things around for Boston United as they came back from 2-0 down at Kettering Town to win 3-2.

York City won late at Guiseley - Kurt Willoughby bagged the winner.

A James Horsfield goal five minutes into time added on handed Chester victory over Leamington.

Southport ended Hereford’s winning run as Gloucester City defeated Spennymoor Town and Alfreton won at Curzon Ashton.

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