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Posted by Kelly Gilchrist
Posted on Sat 16 Nov 2019
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FC Halifax Town drew 0-0 away at Woking this afternoon and finished the game with 10 men as Nathan Clarke got a straight red for a challenge in the second half.

In other games, Barrow have gone top of the table with an impressive 3-0 win away at Notts County.

The win is their third win in a row and their 10th win in their last 11 games courtesy of goals from Dior Angus, John Rooney and Jack Hindle.

Bromley drop to second following a 3-3 draw at home to Harrogate. The visitors went third goals ahead within 41 minutes through Jack Emmett, Brendan Kiernan and a penalty from Jack Muldoon.

However Bromley earnt a point with goals from Reeco Hackett-Fairchild and two from Chris Bush in the second half.

Solihull sit third in the table and they also raced into a three goal lead through Danny Wright, a Paul McCallum penalty and Callum Howe against AFC Fylde.

Ryan Croasdale pulled one back in front of 1389 fans but Solihull held on for victory

In front of the BT Cameras, Dover recorded a 1-0 away win at Yeovil Town courtesy of Scott Doe’s 62nd minute goal

Torquay were defeated 2-1 at home to Sutton United. The visitors went ahead through David Ajiboye but Ben Wynter equalised 20 minutes later. Former Welling midfielder Harry Beautyman scored the winner just over 20 minutes from the end of the game.

Stockport travelled to Barnet and will return north with all three points. The Bees went ahead on 70 minutes through Ephron Mason-Clark but County turned the game around with goals from Elliot Osborne and Euan Mulhern.

The biggest home win of the season was at Dagenham as they thrashed Aldershot Town 6-1. Two goals from debutant Ben House, Manny Onariase, Joan Luque, Will Wright and Joe Quigley put them into a six goal lead. The Shots did pull one back through Robbie Tinkler but the Daggers had already done the damage.

Boreham Wood were 2-1 winners in front of 624 fans against Maidenhead United. Kabango Tshumanga put them ahead before Ibra Sejajia equalised. Justin Shaibu won the game with just three minutes later. The visitors finished the game with 10 men was Joe Ellul was sent off in injury time.

Ebbsfleet drew 2-2 at home to Hartlepool United. Gavan Holohan got both of Hartlepool’s goals in the first half and Myles Weston got both of Ebbsfleet’s in the second half before Josh Umerah saw red in injury time for the home side

Chesterfield lost 3-2 at home to the league’s bottom side Chorley. The visitors went ahead through Charles Vernam and Courtney Meppen-Walter. The Spireites pulled one back from Curtis Weston before Vernam restored the lead from the penalty spot. Former Town man Scott Boden made it 2-3 but Chorley held on for their first away win of the season

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