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      There’s no room for romance as hearts are left broken

      ByMonelo Gabriel

      Feb 14, 2023

      Woking was certainly not interested in Wrexham’s romantic history at the racecourse.

      The dragons have all won National League home game since drawing with Solihull Moors last April.

      But Rhys Browne’s penalty ended that epic run and that was great news for Notts County, who moved five points clear at the top.

      Fullback Adam Chicksen scored his eighth of an incredible season as they finally defeated Barnet 4-1.

      There was also a 26th of the season for Macaulay Langstaff as the leaders came from behind to win well and send a very clear message.

      Chesterfield ended a torrid run of four match defeats with a point at Aldershot Town, and Paul McCallum scored a goal in his first start to take home a point.

      Michael Cheek and Bryon Website, pictured, scored as Bromley left Altrincham 2-1 up.

      Southend United’s players continue to do the club’s fans proud: they came from 1-0 down to win 2-1 against FC Halifax Town, it was Gus Scott-Morris who scored the winner.

      Two goals in three minutes gave Gateshead a very good point at Oldham Athletic.

      Danny Whitehall’s early penalty was enough for Eastleigh to win 1–0 at Dagenham as Jamey Osborne scored a point for Solihull Moors at Boreham Wood.

      King’s Lynn Town is back on form in the National League North.

      Gold Omotayo scored twice again in a 3-0 win over AFC Telford United, loanee Aaron Cosgrave also hitting the net.

      AFC Fylde remain in the lead as they picked up a point from their difficult trip to Kettering Town.

      Brackley Town cannot be ruled out of the title race – Sam Smart and Callum Stead were right when they impressively put down Kidderminster Harriers with a 2-1 win.

      Luke Parkin secured Farsley Celtic’s upset 2-1 win at Scarborough Athletic.

      Buxton is in top form and left Leamington to three points thanks to a first-half goal from Diego De Giralamo.

      It was a rare recent night of frustration for National League South leaders Ebbsfleet United.

      They couldn’t beat Chippenham, who played with ten men for almost an hour, but his lead is now nine points.

      Harry Parsons’ double makes it another big night for Farnborough, who inflicted a rare home defeat on Taunton Town.

      Braintree Town are brilliant at home and Jack Turner scored what turned out to be the winner as Iron defeated Dulwich Hamlet 3-2.

      To see all of today’s results, click here.


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