What Happened On Tuesday Night Across The National League

By Sam Elliott

We have new Vanarama National League leaders after an eventful evening of action.

Stockport County now lead the way after a straight-forward win over Maidenhead United.

Goals from Antoni Sarcevic, Ryan Croasdale and John Rooney made it a night to remember for the fans - Dave Challinor’s side have now won six games in a row.

Boreham Wood are very much in the mix after Josh Rees winner against title rivals FC Halifax live on BT Sport.

Ollie Palmer is already paying back some of the money Wrexham shelled out for him.

He got the winner on debut, pictured, as the Dragons defeated Grimsby Town 1-0.

Jude Athurs got another clincher as Bromley beat Woking 1-0 to keep up the pressure.

Andrew Dallas scored again as Solihull Moors defeated Torquay United 2-0.

Wealdstone held firm as they and Notts County fired blanks in north west London.

Dover Athletic have won for the first time this season - Alfie Pavey got the winner as they defeated Eastleigh.

Paul McCallum is back in the goals and Dagenham won 2-1 at Weymouth while Aldershot and Southend drew 1-1.

In the National League North, Chorley bit back late to earn a 2-2 draw with AFC Fylde.

Mike Calveley levelled in the 95th minute as the Magpies battled back from 2-0 down.

Bradford PA stunned York City as they left with a 3-0 win. Nicky Clee made the game safe.

Paul Cox got off to the perfect start as Boston United beat Farsley Celtic 3-0.

Amari Morgan-Smith snatched the winner as Kidderminster Harriers beat Kettering Town 1-0.

There were also wins for Hereford and Guiseley.

In the National League South, Sam Corne got two goals as Maidstone United showed their class.

They defeated Kent rivals Ebbsfleet United 4-0 in front of over 3,000 fans to keep the heat on leaders Dorking.

Dean Inman also got a double as Hampton & RB won by the same scoreline against Bath City.

Chippenham Town are back on track - a 3-1 win over St Albans was inspired by Alefe Santos.

Dartford and Concord Rangers fired blanks, while Slough and Billericay also drew.

Hemel Hempstead beat Hungerford 1-0 as Welling United hit back at Braintree to clinch and point. Meanwhile Dulwich and Eastbourne drew 1-1.

For all today’s results, click here.

Where next?

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