Magpies hit Braintree for five
DORCHESTER recorded the shock result of the weekend hammering Braintree 5-0. Goals from Mark Jermyn, Nick Crittenden, Matt Groves, Ollie Barnes and Phil Walsh secured the morale boosting win for Roy O Brien s side. A solitary goal from Mark Clyde sent Do
DORCHESTER recorded the shock result of the weekend hammering Braintree 5-0.
Goals from Mark Jermyn, Nick Crittenden, Matt Groves, Ollie Barnes and Phil Walsh secured the morale boosting win for Roy O'Brien's side.
A solitary goal from Mark Clyde sent Dover to only their second league defeat of the season as Worcester moved out of the relegation zone.
Newport County seized the opportunity to leapfrog Dover with a 1-0 win over Bath City, Charlie Henry getting the only goal in the seventh minute.
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Eastleigh came from 2-0 down at half time to get a draw away at local rivals Havant & Waterlooville. Mustafa Tiryaki and Luke Nightingale had put the Hawks in control at the interval but a brace from Richard Gillespie gave Ian Baird's side a share of the spoils.
Two goals from Charlie Sheringham gave Bishop's Stortford all three points from their trip to Welling United while Wilfried Domorouad and Sam Sloma were on target in Woking's 2-0 win at Chelmsford City.
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