Gulls 2-0 win at Plainmoor against relegation-threatened Eastbourne Borough and
second-placed Woking`s defeat by the same scoreline at play-off chasing
Chelmsford City saw Gary Johnson`s side secure the title.
front of a terrific crowd of 4,539, Torquay took a 23rd minute lead
when Jake Andrews wqas brought down in the box.
penalty was saved by Sam Howes, but he was first to the rebound and tapped the
ball into an empty net.
the game and the championship was confirmed 7 minutes from time when Andrews
fired into the roof of the net to make it 2-0.
crowd of 1,611 saw Chelmsford almost certainly secure their play-off place
after beating Woking at the Melbourne Community Stadium.
43rd minute Rhys Murphy effort gave the Clarets a half-time lead.
an Adrian Cascaval header in the 72nd minute clinched victory.
Welling United have clinched their top seven spot barring a mathematical
miracle, despite losing 1-0 at Arbour Park to a Slough Town side who are back
in the race after today`s results.
Clifford`s 71st minute match-winner for the Rebels leaves them three
points behind seventh-placed St Albans City with three games remaining.
are fifth but also lost, 3-0 at Twerton Park to the Saints, who moved into the
play-off places after starting the day in tenth!
was a frustrating afternoon for Bath, who fell behind in the 15th
minute to a Clovis Kamdjo effort and then 9 minutes into the second half, Sam
Merson doubled the visitors` lead.
Wyatt made sure with a third Saints goal 2 minutes into stoppage time.
Town also made a big move from ninth to sixth after winning 4-1 at
relegation-threatened Gloucester City.
Tigers led at half-time, thanks to a 17th minute goal from Dejon
a poor second half from the hosts saw Charlie Wassmer equalise on the hour-mark,
then saw Moses Emmanuel complete a hat-trick in the 65th, 83rd
and then 4 minutes into time added on from the spot after a foul by Tom King.
slipped out of the top seven after losing 1-0 at Princes Park to mid-table
Adriel George`s goal 12 minutes from time hit the Darts play-off hopes.
could have moved into sixth had they won against Hampton & Richmond Borough
at the Beveree.
goals from striker Ruel Sotiriou on 24 and 54 minutes proved too much for the
Stones, who scored a consolation goal courtesy of Christian Smith in the 65th
Rangers dropped from seventh to tenth after losing 1-0 at The Aspect Arena to
mid-table Oxford City.
Thomas-Asante`s goal 8 minutes into the second half proved decisive for Oxford
and leaves the Beachboys three points behind St Albans but have a crucial game
in hand – a replayed game at Truro City.
Weston-super-Mare are just about still alive after a 3-2 vital win in a `six-pointer`
at second-bottom East Thurrock United.
scorer Sam Higgins gave the hosts a 19th minute lead that,
crucially, Marlon Jackson levelled right on the stroke of half-time.
Llewellyn then gave the Seagulls a 72nd minute lead which Ryan Scott
cancelled out 8 minutes later.
a crucial winner came from Weston`s Alex Bray just 2 minutes later.
minute into stoppage time, East Thurrock had Reece Prestedge shown a straight
red having allegedly elbowed Jacob Cane in the face.
win leaves Weston still six points adrift of fourth-bottom Truro, who have that
game in hand against Concord.
White Tigers moved out of the bottom three on goal difference after they shared
a 1-1 draw at Vauxhall Road against Hemel Hempstead Town.
Tudors led through Sanchez Watt`s 22nd minute opener until the 90th
minute when Jared Lewington grabbed what could prove to be a vital equaliser
for the Cornishmen.
Town slipped back into the relegation zone after losing 3-1 at Champion Hill to
fine crowd of 2,841 saw the home side practically have the game sewn up by half-time,
leading 3-0 with goals from Dan Thompson after 21 minutes, Anthony Cook on 38
minutes and Connor Hunte on 42 minutes.
Crusaders managed to `win` the second period, courtesy of Marvel Ekpiteta`s 80th
minute effort, but it was too little too late.