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Solihull Moors made it four wins from five games in the Vanarama National League on Saturday and are now one of only three teams yet to taste defeat in 2019/20 along with Bromley and Sutton United.
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Solihull beat Ebbsfleet United at home to make it five successive defeats for the Kent side.

 

And they took an early 9th minute lead through Myles Weston too, but Jamey Osborne equalised 8 minutes before the break.

 

And an 80th minute own goal by the unfortunate Jack King killed Fleet off.

 

Bromley edged out a Hartlepool United side who have won only once to date by the odd goal in five at The Northern Gas and Power Stadium.

 

Michael Cheek gave the visitors a 10th minute lead that Gavan Holohan wiped out less than 2 minutes later.

 

Recco Hackett-Fairchild then out the Ravens back in front after 27 minutes but Gus Mafuta took Pools into the break all-square with a 39th minute leveller.

 

But Hackett-Fairchild won it for Neil Smith`s side with his second 14 minutes from time.

 

A goal 7 minutes from time from sub Tommy Wright maintained Sutton`s unbeaten start at Meadow Park against Boreham Wood.

 

AFC Fylde lost their unbeaten tag when they were rocked 4-1 at Mill Farm by newly promoted Woking, for whom this was a fourth win in five.

 

Goals from Dave Tarpey after 18 minutes and Josh Casey on 40 minutes gave the Cards a two-goal interval lead.

 

Lewis Montrose pulled the Coasters back into the game after 56 minutes, but the home side suffered the blow of losing Ryan Croasdale in the 75th minute to a straight red card for bringing down Tarpey.

 

Woking added two more to their tally in the closing 6 minutes through Tyreke Johnson and sub Jake Hyde.

 

In contrast Chorley, who came up with Woking, have yet to find a win and were beaten 4-1 at York Road by Maidenhead United.

 

Josh Kelly gave the home Magpies a 25th minute lead that the visiting Magpies cancelled out almost immediately through Marcus Carver.

 

Jake Cassidy restored Maidenhead`s lead 10 minutes before half-time.

 

Chorley had a great chance to level matters 8 minutes after the break when they were awarded a penalty for a foul on Alex Newby, but Courtney Meppen-Walter`s spot-kick was saved by Taye Ashby-Hammond.

 

And the home side made sure of the points with two goals in time added on at the end of the game from sub Danny Whitehall.

Stockport County beat Eastleigh 2-0 at Edgeley Park, breaking the deadlock on the hour-mark through Adam Thomas.

 

And they confirmed the points with an 83rd minute stunner from Elliot Osborne.

 

Dagenham & Redbridge inflicted a third defeat on visiting Harrogate Town, running out 4-2 winners at the Chigwell Construction Stadium.

 

Joe Leesley gave the Yorkshire side an early 8th minute lead that Chike Kandi levelled 6 minutes later, only for Brendan Kiernan to restore the visitors` lead after 24 minutes.

 

Parity was restored just 5 minutes later with Mitch Brundle getting on the mark, and a brace from Angelo Balanta in the 61st and 86th minutes killed Harrogate off.

 

Torquay United enjoyed a good 2-1 win at Crabble against fancied Dover Athletic.

 

After a goalless opening half, Asa Hall pounced 6 minutes after the break to give the Gulls the lead, and less than 2 minutes later, Armani Little added a second.

 

Inih Effiong pulled one back for Andy Hessenthaler`s side but it came with less than 2 minutes remaining.

 

FC Halifax Town trailed Aldershot Town at the EBB Stadium to an early 2nd minute George Fowler effort.

 

But the Shaymen grabbed an 82nd minute equaliser from defender Jerome Binnom-Williams.

 

And Chesterfield made it three draws from five games after sharing the spoils with Barnet at The Hive.

 

New signing Mike Fondop gave the Spireites the boost of a 2nd minute lead which Jack Taylor cancelled out within 3 minutes.

 

Fondop, only signed on Friday, bagged his and Chesterfield`s second 4 minutes after half-time, but the Bees earned a point through Simeon Akinola after 64 minutes.

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Saturday`s Vanarama National League Round-Up
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Saturday 17 August 19 I 17:05:15
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Solihull beat Ebbsfleet United at home to make it five successive defeats for the Kent side.

 

And they took an early 9th minute lead through Myles Weston too, but Jamey Osborne equalised 8 minutes before the break.

 

And an 80th minute own goal by the unfortunate Jack King killed Fleet off.

 

Bromley edged out a Hartlepool United side who have won only once to date by the odd goal in five at The Northern Gas and Power Stadium.

 

Michael Cheek gave the visitors a 10th minute lead that Gavan Holohan wiped out less than 2 minutes later.

 

Recco Hackett-Fairchild then out the Ravens back in front after 27 minutes but Gus Mafuta took Pools into the break all-square with a 39th minute leveller.

 

But Hackett-Fairchild won it for Neil Smith`s side with his second 14 minutes from time.

 

A goal 7 minutes from time from sub Tommy Wright maintained Sutton`s unbeaten start at Meadow Park against Boreham Wood.

 

AFC Fylde lost their unbeaten tag when they were rocked 4-1 at Mill Farm by newly promoted Woking, for whom this was a fourth win in five.

 

Goals from Dave Tarpey after 18 minutes and Josh Casey on 40 minutes gave the Cards a two-goal interval lead.

 

Lewis Montrose pulled the Coasters back into the game after 56 minutes, but the home side suffered the blow of losing Ryan Croasdale in the 75th minute to a straight red card for bringing down Tarpey.

 

Woking added two more to their tally in the closing 6 minutes through Tyreke Johnson and sub Jake Hyde.

 

In contrast Chorley, who came up with Woking, have yet to find a win and were beaten 4-1 at York Road by Maidenhead United.

 

Josh Kelly gave the home Magpies a 25th minute lead that the visiting Magpies cancelled out almost immediately through Marcus Carver.

 

Jake Cassidy restored Maidenhead`s lead 10 minutes before half-time.

 

Chorley had a great chance to level matters 8 minutes after the break when they were awarded a penalty for a foul on Alex Newby, but Courtney Meppen-Walter`s spot-kick was saved by Taye Ashby-Hammond.

 

And the home side made sure of the points with two goals in time added on at the end of the game from sub Danny Whitehall.

Stockport County beat Eastleigh 2-0 at Edgeley Park, breaking the deadlock on the hour-mark through Adam Thomas.

 

And they confirmed the points with an 83rd minute stunner from Elliot Osborne.

 

Dagenham & Redbridge inflicted a third defeat on visiting Harrogate Town, running out 4-2 winners at the Chigwell Construction Stadium.

 

Joe Leesley gave the Yorkshire side an early 8th minute lead that Chike Kandi levelled 6 minutes later, only for Brendan Kiernan to restore the visitors` lead after 24 minutes.

 

Parity was restored just 5 minutes later with Mitch Brundle getting on the mark, and a brace from Angelo Balanta in the 61st and 86th minutes killed Harrogate off.

 

Torquay United enjoyed a good 2-1 win at Crabble against fancied Dover Athletic.

 

After a goalless opening half, Asa Hall pounced 6 minutes after the break to give the Gulls the lead, and less than 2 minutes later, Armani Little added a second.

 

Inih Effiong pulled one back for Andy Hessenthaler`s side but it came with less than 2 minutes remaining.

 

FC Halifax Town trailed Aldershot Town at the EBB Stadium to an early 2nd minute George Fowler effort.

 

But the Shaymen grabbed an 82nd minute equaliser from defender Jerome Binnom-Williams.

 

And Chesterfield made it three draws from five games after sharing the spoils with Barnet at The Hive.

 

New signing Mike Fondop gave the Spireites the boost of a 2nd minute lead which Jack Taylor cancelled out within 3 minutes.

 

Fondop, only signed on Friday, bagged his and Chesterfield`s second 4 minutes after half-time, but the Bees earned a point through Simeon Akinola after 64 minutes.

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