National League leaders Chesterfield maintained their one-point advantage at the top with a 2-0 win over ten-man Solihull Moors.

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By Steven Oldham

Solihull Moors 0-2 Chesterfield

James Rowe’s Chesterfield side are now unbeaten in seven games after two first half goals wrapped up all three points for the Spireites.

Alex Whittle opened the scoring, before the division’s top scorer Kabongo Tshimanga added a second and his 16th of the season.

The home side’s cause wasn’t helped by captain Kyle Storer’s straight red card for a foul on Luke Croll after just 27 minutes. 

Boreham Wood 4-0 Maidenhead United 

Boreham Wood continue to keep Chesterfield honest at the top of the table after a comfortable 4-0 home win.

Two goals from Scott Boden, and one each for Josh Rees and Jacob Mendy-Mendy gave Luke Garrard’s side the victory.

It’s a third straight defeat for Maidenhead, who have shipped four goals in both of their last two games.

Bromley 3-2 King’s Lynn Town 

The division’s form team extended their unbeaten run to 11 games, but Andy Woodman’s Bromley side were made to work for it after falling behind twice. 

King’s Lynn opened the scoring through Jayden Davis, with Michael Cheek pulling the home side level just before half time. 

Ross Barrows gave the visitors the advantage once more five minutes after the break, but The Linnets were pegged back again by James Alabi. Cheek completed the turn around with his second with 20 minutes to play. 

Ian Culverhouse’s side have now lost six in a row and are second bottom, three points away from safety. 

Eastleigh 2-0 Notts County 

A goal in each half was enough for Ben Strevens’ Spitfires side to surprise promotion-chasing Notts County.

Tyrone Barnett and Andrew Boyce were on target for the home side, as Eastleigh ended Notts County’s five game unbeaten run. 

Woking 1-2 Stockport County 

There was no FA Cup hangover for The Hatters, with Paddy Madden’s brace securing an away win at the Kingfield Stadium.

Despite a 120 minute cup replay with Bolton Wanderers on Wednesday night, Dave Challinor picked up a first league win since returning to Edgeley Park as manager.

Madden’s goals wrapped the game up within the first half hour, with Tahvon Campbell pulling one back for the home side.

Best of the rest 

Altrincham were 4-1 winners at Weymouth. Ryan Colclough and Matty Kosylo both netted two goals apiece to give Phil Parkinson’s side a first win in six games.

Taofiq Olomowewe headed Weymouth’s goal home from a corner.  The home side had Tom Bearwish sent off midway through the first half. 

FC Halifax Town were 3-1 winners at bottom club Dover Athletic.

Billy Waters added two more for the season, with Kieran Green also on target. Ben Williamson briefly levelled the score for the home side. 

Barnet picked up a third win in four with a 2-1 victory over Torquay United at The Hive. 

Ephron Mason-Clark’s penalty won it for The Bees midway through the second half. 

Barnet had led at half time thanks to Adam Marriott, with Armani Little levelling the scores after the break. 

Kenny Clark’s own goal on the stroke of half time was enough to see his Dagenham & Redbridge side lose to Yeovil Town.

The Glovers are now unbeaten in four. 

Elsewhere, the game between Wrexham and Wealdstone  ended goalless.

Grimsby Town ended a three game losing streak with a 1-0 win over Southend United on Friday night. Ryan Taylor’s third minute goal was enough to take all three points for The Mariners. 

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