Great victories secured in an afternoon of massive matches

Wrexham hold a three-point lead as they emerged victorious in a day of tough away games for the top teams, Notts County not.

Two quick goals from Paul Mullin did the business at Bromley, while the Magpies had to settle for an equalizer at Barnet.

They lead through Macaulay Langstaff but Idris Kanu, three minutes after first stoppage time, made for a frustrating afternoon as Notts tried to chase down the Dragons.

In the live game on BT Sport, Chesterfield improved on their best three chances by beating Woking thanks to a first-half Ollie Banks penalty.

Eastleigh are a team neither of them would like in the play-offs: a Christian Maghoma goal finally got past Altrincham.

Boreham Wood suffered their first defeat of 2023 as the resurgence of Solihull Moors, Mark Beck and Josh Kelly on target continues.

There was some great play at the bottom and although a point didn’t suit either of them, Torquay United went away with an equalizer when Kieron Evans equalized after Marcus Dinanga opened the scoring.

Cameron Wilson scored twice as Scunthorpe, pictured, launched himself a survival lifeline with a beautiful 4-1 home win against Wealdstone.

Southend suffered a fourth successive defeat as Aldershot Town came from behind at Roots Hall, Joe Partington getting the winner.

It ended 1-1 as Dagenham and Oldham drew and it was the same story as Malachi Linton won at Yeovil Town at the last moment at FC Halifax Town.

Ryan Fallowfield keep scoring for York, they beat Dorking, while Emile Acquah’s brace did it for Maidstone United as Maidenhead pulled themselves out of trouble.

It looks like nothing will stop Ebbsfleet United in the National League South – and there is certainly no way to control Dom Poleon.

He scored all four and the Fleet stormed to an 18-point lead with a 4-2 win over Dulwich Hamlet.

Michael Folivi entered the scoring again as Chelmsford City won by the same score against Worthing.

Bath City’s play-off hopes took a hit as St Albans brought their quest for the top seven to life, finishing 3-1.

Chippenham and Hampton & RB’s great streaks continue as they steer clear of trouble.

Elsewhere at the bottom, Weymouth and Hungerford keep their survival hopes alive with big wins as Hemel Hempstead and Oxford City also won.

Nathan Delfouneso got a winner in his National League North bow.

AFC Fylde’s new boy secured three crucial points at Alfreton Town and they needed him: King’s Lynn Town won 3-0 against Spennymoor Town.

Chester lost further points at home when Scarborough scored late through Will Thornton in a 2–2 draw.

Brackley’s challenge is all but over, despite a late equalizer from Levi Amantchi breaking the hearts of the Blyth Spartans.

Jacon Hazel scored again as Darlington beat Hereford 3-0 as Scott Wilson’s winner lifted Chorley against Banbury United.

Otherwise it was a good day for Boston United, Buxton and Peterborough Sports.


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