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Vanarama National League Roundup

Posted by Jake Broderick
Posted on Sun 19 Aug 2018
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Wrexham stay top of the league after they won 3-1 away to Eastleigh. They went 2-0 up within 13 minutes. Eastleigh went down to 10 men but then responded minutes later with a goal. Wrexham’s new hero Fondop-Talom continued his goalscoring form by sealing the win for Wrexham.

AFC Fylde sit in 3rd place behind Halifax after beating Dover 4-0 at home. Rowe got on the scoresheet twice, Cardle and Hardy scored the others. Dover are in 19th place just above relegation

Sutton sit in 4th place after they drew 2-2 away to Solihull Moors. Sutton were leading twice in the game but couldn’t hold on to the lead, as Solihull equalised late on in the game. Solihull are close behind in 6th place.

Gateshead conceded in the 89th minute to lose 1-0 away to Bromley. Ogedi-Uzokwe scored the goal to knock Gateshead down the table. Gateshead are now in 5th place while Bromley sit in 16th after getting there first win of the season.

Harrogate Town pulled off a great victory away to Aldershot coming out 2-0 winners. The win puts Harrogate in 7th place and keeps Aldershot 20th just above relegation.

Salford came out winners in a dramatic game against Chesterfield winning 3-2. Salford scored then conceded twice but on the 89th minute Whitehead scored the winner in a game which seemed to be a thriller.

Braintree vs Havant&Waterloovile stole the headlines from Salford for game of the day as Havant&Waterlooville came away 4-3 winners. Not just that they were 3-2 till the 94th minute with Kabamba scoring the equaliser, only till two minutes later in the 96th minute he scores again to win the game for Havant&Waterlooville.

Ebbsfleet came away comfortable winners 3-0 away to Barnet. Maidstone beat Barrow 1-0 at home. Leyton Orient scored a penalty to beat Boreham wood 1-0. Hartlepool defeated Maidenhead 2-1 to keep them rock bottom of the National League.

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