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Tuesday`s Vanarama National League Round-Up
Tuesday`s Vanarama National League Round-Up
Bromley returned to winning ways on Tuesday night and joined FC Halifax Town as joint leaders of the Vanarama National League after the Shaymen were held to a 0-0 draw at The Shay by struggling Chorley.
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Bromley took advantage of the Shaymen`s slip with an excellent 2-1 win at The Hive against Barnet, who took a 10th minute lead through Josh Walker.

 

Chris Bush equalised 15 minutes later and then Joe Kizzi won it for Neil Smith`s side 10 minutes into the second half.

 

Yeovil Town are just a point behind in third after winning 3-1 at Huish Park against early leaders Woking.

 

All the damage was done by Rhys Murphy in the first half as the former Chelmsford City striker netted a hat-trick with goals in the 14th, 43rd and 45th minutes.

 

Ibrahim Meite `won` the second half for the Cards with a consolation in the 68th minute.

 

Barrow AFC are fourth after matching Yeovil`s scoreline at the Furness Building Society Stadium against Boreham Wood.

 

Scott Quigley put the home side in front after 15 minutes and just 3 minutes later, Dior Angus doubled the Bluebirds` lead.

 

Tyrone Marsh reduced the deficit in the 33rd minute, but eventually, a second for Quigley 8 minutes from time settled the game in the hosts` favour.

 

At the other end of the table, Ebbsfleet United`s home defeat by Torquay United and Chesterfield`s win at AFC Fylde saw Fleet return to the foot of the table.

 

Jake Andrews had Torquay in front after just 8 minutes at Stonebridge Road and Jamie Reid made it 2-0 with 23 minutes gone on the clock.

 

Josh Umerah pulled one back on 34 minutes, but Matt Buse 2 minutes after the break and then Liam Davis 6 minutes later stretched the Gulls` lead to 4-1, with Umerah`s second 10 minutes from time being just a consolation.

 

The Spireites produced a fine performance to see off the Coasters at Mill Farm.

 

Curtis Weston broke the deadlock to give Chesterfield the lead after 56 minutes and then sub Mike Fondop bagged a brace in the 66th and 81st minutes to kill off the home side, whose Tyler Hornby-Forbes netted in stoppage time.

 

Notts County are now seventh after a 2-0 success at Meadow Lane against Dagenham & Redbridge.

 

Goals from Regan Booty after 25 minutes and then sub Kristian Dennis 3 minutes from time sealed victory for Neal Ardley`s men.

 

It took new signing Jake Beesley just 20 minutes to open his account for Solihull Moors as a bigger crowd than usual 3,043 thanks to the club`s `pay what you want` initiative, saw the home side triumph 2-0 against Sutton United.

 

A 73rd minute Danny Wright penalty sealed the win.

 

Eastleigh beat Maidenhead United 2-1 at the Silverlake Stadium.

 

Danny Hollands gave the Spitfires a 27th minute lead that Danny Whitehall cancelled out within 2 minutes.

 

But Tyrone Barnett`s 64th minute effort proved to be the winner for the Hampshire side.

 

A welcome win for Aldershot Town as they inflicted a 4-0 drubbing on Dover Athletic at the EBB Stadium.

 

Max Hunt put the Shots ahead after 26 minutes and 6 minutes later, Jacob Berkeley-Agyepong doubled that advantage.

 

Eight minutes after the break, Jack Powell added number three and Alefein Santos put the icing on the cake with a fourth on the hour-mark.

 

Dean Keates` return to the Wrexham dug-out saw his side battle to a 1-1 draw at the Racecourse Ground against Harrogate Town.

 

But Bobby Grant`s early 6th minute opener looked to have won it for the Dragons, until Ryan Fallowfield popped up with Town`s equaliser 10 minutes from the end.


(Tom King Photography)

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Tuesday`s Vanarama National League Round-Up
Tuesday`s Vanarama National League Round-Up
Wednesday 09 October 19 I 08:16:23
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Bromley took advantage of the Shaymen`s slip with an excellent 2-1 win at The Hive against Barnet, who took a 10th minute lead through Josh Walker.

 

Chris Bush equalised 15 minutes later and then Joe Kizzi won it for Neil Smith`s side 10 minutes into the second half.

 

Yeovil Town are just a point behind in third after winning 3-1 at Huish Park against early leaders Woking.

 

All the damage was done by Rhys Murphy in the first half as the former Chelmsford City striker netted a hat-trick with goals in the 14th, 43rd and 45th minutes.

 

Ibrahim Meite `won` the second half for the Cards with a consolation in the 68th minute.

 

Barrow AFC are fourth after matching Yeovil`s scoreline at the Furness Building Society Stadium against Boreham Wood.

 

Scott Quigley put the home side in front after 15 minutes and just 3 minutes later, Dior Angus doubled the Bluebirds` lead.

 

Tyrone Marsh reduced the deficit in the 33rd minute, but eventually, a second for Quigley 8 minutes from time settled the game in the hosts` favour.

 

At the other end of the table, Ebbsfleet United`s home defeat by Torquay United and Chesterfield`s win at AFC Fylde saw Fleet return to the foot of the table.

 

Jake Andrews had Torquay in front after just 8 minutes at Stonebridge Road and Jamie Reid made it 2-0 with 23 minutes gone on the clock.

 

Josh Umerah pulled one back on 34 minutes, but Matt Buse 2 minutes after the break and then Liam Davis 6 minutes later stretched the Gulls` lead to 4-1, with Umerah`s second 10 minutes from time being just a consolation.

 

The Spireites produced a fine performance to see off the Coasters at Mill Farm.

 

Curtis Weston broke the deadlock to give Chesterfield the lead after 56 minutes and then sub Mike Fondop bagged a brace in the 66th and 81st minutes to kill off the home side, whose Tyler Hornby-Forbes netted in stoppage time.

 

Notts County are now seventh after a 2-0 success at Meadow Lane against Dagenham & Redbridge.

 

Goals from Regan Booty after 25 minutes and then sub Kristian Dennis 3 minutes from time sealed victory for Neal Ardley`s men.

 

It took new signing Jake Beesley just 20 minutes to open his account for Solihull Moors as a bigger crowd than usual 3,043 thanks to the club`s `pay what you want` initiative, saw the home side triumph 2-0 against Sutton United.

 

A 73rd minute Danny Wright penalty sealed the win.

 

Eastleigh beat Maidenhead United 2-1 at the Silverlake Stadium.

 

Danny Hollands gave the Spitfires a 27th minute lead that Danny Whitehall cancelled out within 2 minutes.

 

But Tyrone Barnett`s 64th minute effort proved to be the winner for the Hampshire side.

 

A welcome win for Aldershot Town as they inflicted a 4-0 drubbing on Dover Athletic at the EBB Stadium.

 

Max Hunt put the Shots ahead after 26 minutes and 6 minutes later, Jacob Berkeley-Agyepong doubled that advantage.

 

Eight minutes after the break, Jack Powell added number three and Alefein Santos put the icing on the cake with a fourth on the hour-mark.

 

Dean Keates` return to the Wrexham dug-out saw his side battle to a 1-1 draw at the Racecourse Ground against Harrogate Town.

 

But Bobby Grant`s early 6th minute opener looked to have won it for the Dragons, until Ryan Fallowfield popped up with Town`s equaliser 10 minutes from the end.


(Tom King Photography)

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