Bees’ Sting Hurts As Notts Match An Ancient Record
Barnet and Nicke Kabamba, pictured, were cool as you like when the bees stung Chesterfield.
Dean Brennan knows the importance of his big forward and his treble stopped the Spirities’ brilliant run.
That was good news for Notts County and they edged past Halifax FC to level on points with leaders Wrexham.
Magpies’ top scorer Macaulay Langstaff struck the winning goal in the first half.
Notts are their longest unbeaten run in 93 years and have gone 19 league games unbeaten.
Inih Effiong struck again but Aldershot Town had to settle for a point at home against Oldham Athletic.
Elliott Whitehouse gave Scunthorpe United a point at home against Bromley after Michael Cheek put the Londoners ahead.
Torquay United’s chances of survival were boosted by a 1-0 win over a Maidstone United side who lost for the ninth straight season. It was Aaron Jarvis who proved the difference.
Adam Campbell hit the winner as Gateshead came from behind to defeat Wealdstone.
York City need results and they need results fast – a 2-1 win by Maidenhead United went to Cole Kpekawa.
Eastleigh won 3-1 away at Southend United when Charlie Carter’s shot on target ended the Blues on the away day.
Will Evans scored in Boreham Wood’s 2-0 win at Altrincham.
Jordan Maguire-Drew was inspired against his old club as Yeovil Town beat Dagenham & Redbridge.
Andrew Dallas scored twice as Solihull Moors returned to form with a 3-0 win over ten-man Dorking Wanderers.
It was a really good day for Landesliga Süd Leader Ebbsfleet United.
Top scorer Dom Poleon struck twice as they came from behind to emphatically defeat Concord Rangers 4-1.
But Dartford got stuck at Worthing – Ollie Pearce scored again while the South Coast continued to impress.
Dean Inman made the leaders even happier as he equalized for Hampton & RB at chasers Havant & Waterlooville.
Taunton Town’s incredible home record is over after St Albans’ goal Tafari Moore scored the winner – it was the first time the hosts had lost at home since August 2021.
Josh Parker scored twice as Oxford City beat Weymouth 3-1.
Charlie Walker confirmed Eastbourne’s win at Dulwich, while Welling United went 1-0 away from Chelmsford City.
Three of the first four in the National League North won – from leaders AFC Fylde was not one of them.
The in-form Coasters were contested by Kurt Willoughby as Chester drew 1-1 at Mill Farm.
Christian Oxlade-Chamberlain scored as King’s Lynn Town closed the gap with a stylish 3-0 win at Leamington.
Brackley went one better and got four as they passed Gloucester City, Adam Rooney was among the scorers.
Darlington is third, beating Spennymoor 3-2 in the Northeast game. Jacob Hazel scored two more goals as the Quakers showed there is life after top scorer Mark Beck.
Scarborough drew 2-2 at Boston United while they hold fifth place.
Ashley Hemmings struck both goals in Kidderminster Harriers’ 2-1 win at Peterborough Sports.
After game manager Jimmy Dean resigned amid speculation he might get a new job elsewhere.
Curzon Ashton put in an incredible performance, with Josh Hancock and Tom Peers both scoring twice as they overtook Farsley Celtic 5-2.
Brad Jackson’s two goals led Buxton to a convincing 3-0 win at Blyth Spartans.
Matt Rhead scored in Alfreton’s 2-0 win over Kettering, while Kelvin Langmead’s brace helped Banbury United win 3-2 at Hereford.
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