English Football Football National League South Results

NATIONAL LEAGUE SOUTH ROUNDUP; 7 October 2017: Welling Win Convincingly, Chelmsford Score Five In Miraculous Second Half Turnaround

Welling won comfortably against Chippenham Town, whilst Chelmsford turned a 2-0 deficit at halftime into a 5-2 victory.

Chelmsford 5-2 Eastbourne Borough

Eastbourne Borough couldn’t have been happier with their first half performance after Jamie Taylor opened the scoring on 18 minutes, and Lloyd Dawes doubled their advantage after 45 minutes.

However, nobody could have predicted the second half resurgence Chelmsford were to show.

Anthony Church scored two inside two minutes on 55 minutes and 56 minutes to equalise the scores.

Michael Spillane then added Chelmsford’s third on 81 minutes to complete the turnaround, before goals from Kudus Oyenuga on 84 minutes and Chris Dickson on 90+4 minutes completed a stunning second half performance.

Concord Rangers 1-1 Havant & Waterlooville

Steve Cawley opened the scoring for Concord on 8 minutes, before Jason Prior’s goal on 17 minutes got Havant & Waterlooville back on level terms.

Dartford 3-1 Bognor Regis Town

Dartford took an early lead through Alfie Pavey’s goal on 7 minutes, before a goal by Bognor’s Kristian Campbell on 17 minutes brought the scores level.

Elliot Bradbrook converted a penalty on 52 minutes to give Dartford the lead once more.

Andy Pugh scored on 65 minutes to then further Dartford’s advantage.

Gloucester City 1-3 Braintree

Karnell Chambers gave Gloucester the lead with a goal on 18 minutes, which the home side took into halftime.

However, two goals in four minutes by Braintree’s Phil Roberts completed a turnaround shortly after the interval.

Roberts’ first goal found the net on 47 minutes, before he added the second four minutes later on 51 minutes.

Karl Oliyide scored a third for Braintree on 60 minutes to help secure the three points.

Hemel Hempstead 1-1 Weston-super-mare

Dayle Grubb found the net on 22 minutes to give Weston-super-mare the lead.

Hemel Hempstead’s Justin Amaluzor equalised for the hosts on 30 minutes, as the points were shared between the two sides.

Hungerford 2-2 East Thurrock

Nicholas Bignall opened the scoring for Hungerford on 15 minutes in a back-and-forth clash with East Thurrock.

The visitors equalised through a Sam Higgins penalty on 32 minutes to go into the interval level.

The second half saw much of the same, with Hungerford’s Ian Herring putting the home side ahead on 49 minutes, before Max Cornhill scored on 64 minutes to earn East Thurrock a point.

Oxford City 2-3 Poole Town

Matthew Paterson scored the opening goal of the game for Oxford City on 20 minutes, but Warren Bentley’s goal on 43 minutes for Poole meant the scores were even at the break.

Bentley then scored his and Poole’s second of the game on 68 minutes, before Jez Bedford made it three to Poole on 78 minutes.

Paterson scored his second of the game on 90+3 minutes to give a late scare to the visitors, but Poole held on for all three points.

St. Albans 2-0 Bath City

Rhys Murrell-Williamson broke the deadlock for St. Albans on 45 minutes, before a second half goal by Charlie Walker on 60 minutes secured all three points for the home side.

Truro 1-1 Hampton & Richmond

Jack Cook found the net for Hampton & Richmond on 61 minutes, but his strike was cancelled out by Connor Riley-Lowe’s goal on 78 minutes as both sides split the points.

Wealdstone 2-1 Whitehawk

Kyjuon Marsh-Brown scored the opening goal for visitors Whitehawk on 28 minutes, but two second half goals saw Wealdstone complete the turnaround.

Danny Green scored from the penalty spot on 63 minutes to start the turnaround, before it was completed on 88 minutes by Abobaker Eisa’s goal.

Welling 4-0 Chippenham Town

Welling ran out comfortable winners against Chippenham Town, with Joe Healy breaking the deadlock for the hosts on 38 minutes.

Tom Bradbrook quickly doubled the advantage on 42 minutes, before adding his second of the game on 48 minutes.

Bradley Goldberg completed the scoring for Welling with his goal on 83 minutes.

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