FC Halifax Town came from behind twice to earn a point away at Bromley this afternoon.
The home side were awarded a penalty in the 14th minute, Frankie Sutherland’s spot kick was saved by Sam Johnson, but Sutherland tapped home the rebound for the opening goal.
Josh Staunton returned to the side as a substitute following injury and equalised on the hour mark with a close-range header
George Porter restored Bromley’s lead but Jordan Preston in injury time headed home the equaliser in front of 1143 fans at Hayes Lane.
AFC Fylde were 3-0 victors at home to Braintree Town this afternoon. Serhat Tasdemir second goal of the season put Dave Challinor side ahead in the first half. They made sure of all three points with second half goals from Danny Philliskirk and Danny Rowe’s eighth goal of the season.
Aldershot Town earnt their first away of the season with a 1-1 draw at Hartlepool United this afternoon, Niko Muir put United ahead with his fourth goal of the season but Matt McClure on 63 minutes earnt a point for the Shots.
Wrexham won 1-0 at home to Barnet in front of 4727 fans at the Racecourse courtesy of Stuart Beavon’s 42nd minute goal, his third of the season, which sees Wrexham in 4th place in the table.
In one of the longest trips in football, Barrow travelled to the south coast to take on Dover Athletic and will be returning with all three points courtesy of two second half goals from Jack Hindle which gives him 6 for the campaign so far.
Harrogate Town were 4-2 winners away at Boreham Wood. The home side went ahead through Gozie Ugwu before George Thomson equalised for the North Yorkshire side. Aaron Williams put Town ahead before Femi Ilesanmi own goal made it 3-1. Ugwu pulled one back with half an hour to go but Jack Emmett 16 minutes from time secured the win.
Chesterfield are still looking for a win since the 11th August, this time they drew 1-1 away at Maidstone United. Blair Turgott put the home side ahead, but the points were shared with Marc-Antoine Fortune scoring with 16 minutes remaining.
Dagenham’s miserable season continues with a 3-1 home defeat to Ebbsfleet. Chris Bush and Danny Kedwell put Ebbsfleet 2-0 up before Shamir Mullings pulled one back for the Daggers. Kedwell made it 3-1 from the penalty spot. Ben Goodliffe was shown a straight red in injury time for the home side.
Eastleigh return from the North East with a 1-0 win at Gateshead courtesy of Josh Hare’s first goal of the season which sees them 11th in the table
Solihull are 5th in the table following a late winner away at Havant & Waterlooville. Former Barrow striker Adi Yussuf came off the bench to win the game three minutes into second half injury time for his fifth goal of the season
Leyton Orient were looking to make it four wins in a row but that was halted by Sutton United at Brisbane Road as Jonah Ayunga’ goal 4 minutes into the second half sealed all the points
Scott Wiseman, Adam Rooney and Devante Rodney goals gave Salford a 3-0 away victory at Maidenhead which puts them top of the league having overtaken Orient.
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