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Saturday`s Vanarama National League Round-Up
Saturday`s Vanarama National League Round-Up
Bromley made it eleven games unbeaten in the Vanarama National League as they shared a 1-1 draw with Eastleigh at the Silverlake Stadium on Saturday.
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The Ravens remain the only side yet to taste defeat in 2019/20 but made it five draws when sub Cavanagh Miley equalised for the Spitfires 4 minutes from time after Luke Coulson had given Neil Smith`s side a 63rd minute lead.

 

Woking remain top of the early table though, but they too were held to a draw 2-2 at Kingfield against bottom-of-the-table Ebbsfleet United.

 

However, the Cards will be disappointed to drop two points as they led through Tyreke Johnson after 9 minutes and then Jake Hyde 13 minutes from time.

 

Alex Reid reduced the deficit in the 84th minute and then a fine free-kick from Myles Weston pulled Garry Hill`s men level a minute into stoppage time.

 

None of the top three at kick-off managed a win as FC Halifax Town suffered a third defeat of the season to date when Kyle Wootton`s 58th minute effort proved decisive for hosts Notts County.

 

In contrast, none of the bottom three lost!

 

Fleet`s draw at Woking was matched by Chorley, who earned a good 1-1 outcome at Crabble against Dover Athletic, whose Ricky Modeste gave them a 20th minute lead.

 

But an own goal attributed to keeper Lee Worgan on 68 minutes salvaged a point for the Magpies.

 

And Chesterfield came off bottom spot after earning their first win of the season, 1-0 at the Proact Stadium against Torquay United, thanks to a 12th minute Scott Boden goal.

 

It`s seven games without a win now for AFC Fylde as they slid to a 3-2 defeat at Huish Park against Yeovil Town, who led 2-0 through Rhys Murphy after 7 minutes and Matt Worthington on 15 minutes.

 

Jordan Williams pulled one back for the Coasters on the hour-mark only for sub Jimmy Smith to make it 3-1 in the 79th minute Kyle Jameson`s second coming 4 minutes from time.

 

A goal after 66 minutes from Jason Walker sealed Barnet`s win at The Hive against Maidenhead United, while Harrogate Town and Boreham Wood couldn`t find a goal between them at the CNG Stadium.

 

Aldershot Town enjoyed a good 2-1 win at Edgeley Park against Stockport County, scoring two goals in 4 minutes midway through the first half from Harry Panayiotou and Alefein Santos.

 

Joe Piggott pulled one back for the Hatters 17 minutes from time but Jim Gannon`s side were unable to find a leveller.

 

Barrow AFC had a good afternoon at the Furness Building Society Stadium, beating Solihull Moors 3-0 with goals from John Rooney in the 9th and 45th minutes and Scott Quigley 4 minutes after the break.

 

Dagenham & Redbridge also had a good home win, beating Hartlepool United 3-1, taking a 24th minute lead through Joe Quigley.

 

An own goal by keeper Ben Killip doubled the Daggers lead and, aftere Ryan Donaldson had given Pools hope with an 81st minute reply, Quigley scored a second less than a minute later to kill the game off. 

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Saturday`s Vanarama National League Round-Up
Saturday`s Vanarama National League Round-Up
Saturday 14 September 19 I 16:50:50
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The Ravens remain the only side yet to taste defeat in 2019/20 but made it five draws when sub Cavanagh Miley equalised for the Spitfires 4 minutes from time after Luke Coulson had given Neil Smith`s side a 63rd minute lead.

 

Woking remain top of the early table though, but they too were held to a draw 2-2 at Kingfield against bottom-of-the-table Ebbsfleet United.

 

However, the Cards will be disappointed to drop two points as they led through Tyreke Johnson after 9 minutes and then Jake Hyde 13 minutes from time.

 

Alex Reid reduced the deficit in the 84th minute and then a fine free-kick from Myles Weston pulled Garry Hill`s men level a minute into stoppage time.

 

None of the top three at kick-off managed a win as FC Halifax Town suffered a third defeat of the season to date when Kyle Wootton`s 58th minute effort proved decisive for hosts Notts County.

 

In contrast, none of the bottom three lost!

 

Fleet`s draw at Woking was matched by Chorley, who earned a good 1-1 outcome at Crabble against Dover Athletic, whose Ricky Modeste gave them a 20th minute lead.

 

But an own goal attributed to keeper Lee Worgan on 68 minutes salvaged a point for the Magpies.

 

And Chesterfield came off bottom spot after earning their first win of the season, 1-0 at the Proact Stadium against Torquay United, thanks to a 12th minute Scott Boden goal.

 

It`s seven games without a win now for AFC Fylde as they slid to a 3-2 defeat at Huish Park against Yeovil Town, who led 2-0 through Rhys Murphy after 7 minutes and Matt Worthington on 15 minutes.

 

Jordan Williams pulled one back for the Coasters on the hour-mark only for sub Jimmy Smith to make it 3-1 in the 79th minute Kyle Jameson`s second coming 4 minutes from time.

 

A goal after 66 minutes from Jason Walker sealed Barnet`s win at The Hive against Maidenhead United, while Harrogate Town and Boreham Wood couldn`t find a goal between them at the CNG Stadium.

 

Aldershot Town enjoyed a good 2-1 win at Edgeley Park against Stockport County, scoring two goals in 4 minutes midway through the first half from Harry Panayiotou and Alefein Santos.

 

Joe Piggott pulled one back for the Hatters 17 minutes from time but Jim Gannon`s side were unable to find a leveller.

 

Barrow AFC had a good afternoon at the Furness Building Society Stadium, beating Solihull Moors 3-0 with goals from John Rooney in the 9th and 45th minutes and Scott Quigley 4 minutes after the break.

 

Dagenham & Redbridge also had a good home win, beating Hartlepool United 3-1, taking a 24th minute lead through Joe Quigley.

 

An own goal by keeper Ben Killip doubled the Daggers lead and, aftere Ryan Donaldson had given Pools hope with an 81st minute reply, Quigley scored a second less than a minute later to kill the game off. 

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