were held to a draw by fourth-placed St Albans City.
In front of a
crowd of 1,111 at Clarence Park, Sam Barratt struck in the 18th and 50th minute
for Maidenehad and it looked like his side were on course for a comfortable victory.
Bender headed a reply for the Saints in the 72nd minute.
looked as though it was only going to be a consolation though until Sam Merson
fired into the bottom corner in stoppage time.
Ebbsfleet United won 4-2 at Grosvenor Vale against mid-table Wealdstone.
gave Fleet a 14th minute lead that an own goal cancelled out just
restored Fleet`s lead immediately after the break, only for Jonny Wright to level
just 2 minutes later.
goal, this time by the Stones` David Hunt, made it 3-2 less than 2 minutes
after that, with Sam Deering making sure with a fourth for the visitors in stoppage
moved into third place following a hard-earned 1-0 win at Melbourne Stadium
against fourth-bottom Whitehawk.
Clarets new signing Chris Dickson proving a lively customer all afternoon, it
was Max Cornhill who finally broke the deadlock 10 minutes from time when he
bundled home from close range from Robbie Willmott's corner.
East Thurrock United 6-1 at Princes Park to move into the top five.
side showed that they are genuine play-off contenders by taking an early 2nd
minute lead through Tom Bonner and then being 4-1 up at the break.
added the Darts` second in the 14th minute and Tom Murphy the third
on 23 minutes.
reduced the arrears 9 minutes later, only for Andy Pugh to score the home
side`s fourth in the 36th minute.
The second half
was slightly quieter for the 920 crowd, with Ryan Hayes on 54 minutes and then Elliott
Bradbrook in the last minute adding to the Dartford tally.
dropped out of the play-off places after being held to a goalless draw at
Priory Lane by Eastbourne Borough.
Richmond Borough could have taken fifth spot had they managed to beat mid-table
Bath City at Twerton Park.
had to be content with a point from a 1-1 draw.
Bath had gone
into the break ahead, thanks to Jack Batten's 33rd minute header.
But Hampton drew
level in the 79th minute through striker Nicke Kabamba.
The home side had
the chance to win it after Marvin Morgan was brought down in the box, only for
Frankie Artus to become the latest to miss from the penalty spot for Bath this
are still in the race for a top five spot after adding to Gosport Borough`s
woes with a 4-1 win at Privett Park.
embargo was lifted this week and they made several signings, but many were
youngsters and the Crusaders turned round two-up with goals from Manny Williams
after 20 minutes and Jon Boardman 3 minutes later.
pulled the home side back into the game 2 minutes after the restart from the
spot, but on the hour-mark, Nat Jarvis made it 3-1 and Stefan Brown added a
fourth 17 minutes from time.Margate sunk to the bottom of the table after
losing their `six-pointer` to fellow strugglers Bishop`s Stortford.
biggest victory of the campaign to date saw Greg Cundle put them in front on
the half-hour mark.
scored on his debut to make it 2-0 just 5 minutes into the second half and
Manny Adebowale wrapped things up with a third 18 minutes from time.
slipped back into the relegation places after they went down 3-1 at home
against another of the strugglers, Weston-super-Mare.
The Beachboys found
themselves behind in the 9th minute when an attempted clearance was charged
down by Brad Ash and he finished beyond loan goalkeeper Bailey Vose.
On 23 minutes
it was 2-0 as Jamie Chamberlain fired home from 20 yards.
And a miserable
first half was compounded when Gethyn Hill scored on the stroke of half-time to
make it 3-0.
But Concord managed
to `win` the second half with a goal in the 72nd minute from Steve
edged out Oxford City by the odd goal in five at Treyew Road.
The hosts raced
into a two-goal lead in the first quarter of an hour as Ryan Brett and then
Rocky Neal found the net.
The home side
continued to show plenty of urgency after the restart and persistence on the
bye-line by Neal produced an precise pull-back for Dan Smith to convert from
near the penalty spot to make it 3-0 on 52 minutes.
Shaun McAuley scored
his first goal for the Oxford as he tucked away fellow substitute Mike Fondop’s
cross from close-in on 65 minutes.
And with the
clock ticking down, Michael Fondop headed home to make the final score 3-2.
started life without manager of the month Jamie Day again with a 2-0 defeat at
Vauxhall Road against Hemel Hempstead Town.
gave the Tudors an early 7th minute lead.
made sure of the points when he added a second with 14 minutes left to play.