Dag & Red 1-1 Ebbsfleet: An 86th minute equalizer from Chike Kandi rescued a point for Dagenham and Redbridge in their match against Ebbsfleet. The visitors had taken the lead in the 62nd minute through Alex Reid, with Dag & Red’s Mitch Brundle being sent off only six minutes later. The deficit didn’t matter in the end, with Kandi’s equalizer being enough for a share of the spoils.
Woking 0-2 Sutton United: Omar Bugiel scored twice as Sutton won away at Woking. It took Bugiel only a minute to get on the scoresheet, before adding his second half an hour later, which was enough for all 3 points.
Barrow 1-1 AFC Fylde: Fylde snatched an 85th minute equalizer against 10-man Barrow to secure a point. The hosts had Josh Kay sent off on the hour mark before seemingly turning their fortune around, with Scott Quigley putting them 1-0 up only 3 minutes later. They couldn’t hold onto their lead though, with Ryan Croasdale equalizing for Fylde.
Chesterfield 2-2 Solihull Moors: Danny Wright scored a 95th minute equalizer to ensure a share of the spoils against Chesterfield. The hosts went 2-0 up in the first 15 minutes, with Mike Fondop scoring only a minute in and Jack McKay doubling their lead soon after. James Ball got one back for Solihull on the stroke of half time, before Wright secured a point deep into stoppage time at the end of the game.
Dover 3-0 Bromley: Dover secured a comfortable win over Bromley thanks to goals from Ricky Modeste, Will de Havilland and Inih Effiong. The hosts hit two in five minutes through Modeste and De Havilland in the 25th and 29th minute, before Effiong wrapped up the points in the 75th.
Harrogate 4-1 Hartlepool: Harrogate moved up to fourth after victory over Hartlepool. Goals from Lloyd Kerry, Jack Muldoon and Josh Falkingham put the hosts 3 goals to the good before Nicke Kabamba got one back for Hartlepool. But it wasn’t enough as Muldoon grabbed his second in second half stoppage time to secure all 3 points for Harrogate.
Notts County 3-0 Maidenhead United: Three first half goals were enough to secure all three points for Notts County against Maidenhead. Kyle Wootton struck first in the 21st minute, with Samuel Osbourne doubling the lead and Kristen Dennis adding the third on the stroke of half time.
Stockport County 5-1 FC Halifax Town: Stockport put five past FC Halifax with Elliot Osbourne scoring a hat trick. Festus Arthur struck first for the hosts 25 minutes in, with Osbourne adding a second just before half time. He added his second only seven minutes after the restart, and a Matthew Brown own goal made it four several minutes later. The visitors got one back through Liam McAlinden, but another Osbourne strike completed his hat trick and made it 5-1.
Wrexham 3-1 Chorley: JJ Hooper scored twice in the first 11 minutes as Wrexham ran out 3-1 winners against Chorley. Hooper added his first only six minutes in before scoring again only five minutes later. Omari Patrick added a third in the 88th minute, with Ntumba Massanka scoring a consolation goal for the visitors in injury time.
Yeovil 6-2 Torquay: Yeovil hit six past Torquay thanks in part to a Courtney Duffus hat trick. The hosts made a quick start with Myles Hippolyte and Albi Skendi scoring within the first seven minutes. Duffus added a third soon after, before Asa Hall pulled a goal back for the visitors on the half hour mark. Duffus got his second to make it 4-1 in the 60th minute with Chris Dagnall adding a fifth soon after. Duffus completed his hat trick three minutes from time to make it six, before Ben Whitefield got a second for Torquay in added time.
Read more posts by Jake Teagle