English Football Football National League Results

NATIONAL LEAGUE ROUNDUP; 7 October 2017: Six Goals At Maidenhead, Four At Barrow & Late Wins For Bromley, Hartlepool

Maidenhead and Aldershot split six goals between them, four goals were scored at Barrow and Bromley and Hartlepool both won very late in their games.

National League

Barrow 2-2 Leyton Orient

All the goalscoring action came in the first half at Holker Street.

David Mooney opened the scoring for Leyton Orient on 19 minutes, before Barrow equalised through Bedsente Gomis on 23 minutes.

Leyton Orient took the lead once more through Craig Clay on 27 minutes, but again were pegged back by Barrow through Jordan White’s goal on 41 minutes.

Boreham Wood 1-1 Halifax

Bruno Andrade put Boreham Wood ahead after just 7 minutes, but Adam Morgan equalised on 81 minutes to earn Halifax a point.

Halifax’s Tom Denton was sent off for a second yellow card on 85 minutes.

Gateshead 1-2 Bromley

Danny Johnson scored for Gateshead on 68 minutes to give the hosts the lead. Louis Dennis equalised for Bromley on 84 minutes.

With both sides looking like they were going to split the points, Bromley’s Brett Williams netted on 90+3 minutes to earn his side all three.

Macclesfield 1-0 Ebbsfleet

The only goal of the game came from Mitch Hancox’s strike on 42 minutes.

Maidenhead 3-3 Aldershot

James Kellerman opened the scoring for Aldershot on 16 minutes in their high-scoring draw with Maidenhead.

The visitors responded almost immediately on 18 minutes through Adrian Clifton, before Aldershot’s Adam McDonnell – on loan from Ipswich – netted on 42 minutes.

Dean Inman scored on 63 minutes to equalise for Maidenhead, before the visitors probably thought they’d secured all three points through Harry Pritchard’s 86th minute penalty.

However, Kellerman scored his second of the game on 90 minutes to level the scores once again and ensure that both teams left the ground with something.

Maidstone 1-1 Guiseley

Maidstone’s Zavon Hines put the home side ahead on 12 minutes, and it looked to have been the game-winning goal until the last minutes.

On 90+2 minutes Guiseley were given a lifeline when they were awarded a penalty, which was duly dispatched by Euan Mulhern.

Solihull 1-2 Hartlepool

Rhys Oates opened the scoring for visitors Hartlepool on 47 minutes.

Solihull looked to have fought their way back to a point when Darren Carter scored a penalty on 86 minutes, but Jonathan Franks won it for the visitors with a goal on 90 minutes.

Sutton Utd 2-1 AFC Fylde

Sutton scored twice inside two minutes to take the lead against Fylde.

First Craig Dundas scored on 41 minutes, before an own goal by Simon Grand doubled their advantage on 42 minutes.

In the second two minute moment in the match, Fylde’s Lewis Montrose saw red after collecting two yellow cards in two minutes – the first on 63 minutes, and the second and corresponding red on 64 minutes.

Simon Grand pulled one back on 85 minutes to provide a few nerves for Sutton towards the end of the game.

Torquay 0-2 Dover Athletic

Paul Lewis opened the scoring for Dover after just 5 minutes as they flew into a lead away at Torquay.

Ryan Bird doubled their advantage on 63 minutes.

Tranmere 0-0 Chester

Little of note occurred in the goalless clash between Tranmere and Chester.

Woking 1-0 Dagenham & Redbridge

Regan Charles-Cook scored the only goal of the game on 78 minutes to give Woking three points.

Wrexham 2-1 Eastleigh

Ben Williamson broke the deadlock on 43 minutes for Eastleigh.

However, second half goals from Shaun Pearson, on 73 minutes, and Chris Holroyd, on 78 minutes, gave the victory to the home side.


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