York And Dorking Now 90 Minutes From Promotion

By Sam Elliott

York City and Dorking Wanderers confirmed their Promotion Final places as the first half of the National League North and South semi-finals kicked-off a huge weekend.

John Askey’s York disposed of Brackley Town 1-0 to put themselves 90 minutes away from a Step 1 return.

Lenell John-Lewis poked the Minstermen in front just before half-time at St James Park.

They held firm in the second half against the side who ended the season in second place as the Saints’ play-off pain goes on.

City will now meet either Boston United or AFC Fylde in the winner-takes-all promotion shoot out in a weeks’ time.

Dorking Wanderers are just one more win away from yet another promotion as the club who keep on climbing don’t appear ready to stop.

Marc White’s men made light work of Oxford City to book their place in the final by getting the job done early.

The scoring was opened in front of a sell out crowd by striker Jason Prior.

Wanderers’ veteran full-back Barry Fuller doubled their lead less than 20 minutes in.

Prolific Alfie Rutherford - the National League South Player of the Month - made things safe just after the break.

They will host either Ebbsfleet United or Chippenham Town in next week’s final. The teams face off on Sunday in Kent.

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