It was another action-packed afternoon, and as the temperature dropped, the heat rose.

Wrexham got the job done against Dorking Wanderers, Elliott Lee got them going with an incredible early attack.

There were two 4-1 games: Altrincham took victory over Solihull Moors, Ty Sinclair got two goals.

Harry Smith scored again as Barnet bounced back with a thumping win over Aldershot Town.

Chesterfield are desperately out of shape and Oldham Athletic added the misery – Devarn Green’s early goal was enough.

Max Kretzschmar returned to haunt his former club as Woking took on Wealdstone.

Lenell John-Lewis scored a late winner as York City won at home to Yeovil Town.

Cav Miley followed suit: Southend won late at Torquay, a fifth win in six, pictured.

Ashley Nathaniel-George scored the winning goal for Maidenhead United at FC Halifax Town.

Eastleigh’s ten men held on to take a point from Bromley as Maidstone United fell back to draw against Gateshead.

Boreham Wood ended their draw sequence with a 2-0 win over Scunthorpe, Tyrone Marsh was back on the scoreboard.

The big game at the top of the National League North It lived up to expectations.

King’s Lynn Town came from 3-1 down to draw 3-3 at AFC Fylde, Gold Omotayo winning the point.

Brackley Town were unable to take advantage, going down 1-0 at Kettering. Frankie Maguire scored the goal for the Poppies.

Chester fans love Kurt Willoughby and he got the late winner as they left Bradford PA with a 2-1 win.

Darlington and Kidderminster drew 0-0, as did Boston and Peterborough Sports.

Blyth Spartans won again, a 1-0 success over AFC Telford, knocking them out of the bottom four.

On the other hand, it was a great day for Alfreton, Gloucester, Hereford and Scarborough.

Ebbsfleet United now have an 11 point lead in the National League South.

The Greg Cundle winner eliminated Chelmsford City, while Dartford could only draw 0-0 with Oxford City.

Braintree Town’s great season continues: they won 1-0 at Farnborough.

Weymouth defeated Concord Rangers 5-0, Bradley Ash getting two goals.

Worthing ended Hungerford’s great run as player coach Scott Davies scored for Slough Town in the win at St Albans City.

Elsewhere there were big wins for Hampton, Tonbridge, Hemel Hempstead, Cheshunt and Dover Athletic.

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


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