Harry Clifton’s late goal at Woking kept Grimsby Town two points clear at the top of the National League.
Clifton scored the game’s only goal with three minutes left on the clock. These three points ensured Paul Hurst’s side continue to lead the way with a third win on the bounce.
Good day for leading teams
Boreham Wood are hot on The Mariners’ heels, after taking a 2-0 home victory over early pacesetters Dagenham & Redbridge.
FC Halifax Town hit a goal in each half to beat Weymouth 2-0 at The Shay. Jordan Slew and Kian Spence were on the scoresheet.
Danny Rowe hit a hattrick and assisted the other as Chesterfield thrashed Southend United 4-0 at Roots Hall.
Southend fans again invaded the pitch and delayed the game to protest against owner Ron Martin. The Shrimpers are once again in the relegation places, after dropping two divisions in as many seasons.
Rowe set up Saidou Khan for the other goal.
Bromley made it five wins out of five after picking up a comfortable 2-0 win over Torquay United.
Goals from Marcus Sablier and Omar Sowunmi were enough to defeat last season’s beaten play-off finalists.
Bees win basement battle
Barnet moved out of the relegation places after winning 2-1 at Dover Athletic, who continue to fall further adrift at the bottom of the table.
Mason Enigbokan-Bloomfield and Daniel Powell helped their side climb five places in the table as every other team in the bottom seven lost.
Aaron Cosgrave got a consolation for Dover, who are still on -9 points after being handed a 12 point deduction before the season for breaking league rules.
Alty back to winning ways
Phil Parkinson’s Altrincham side brushed off a midweek defeat to beat Maidenhead United 2-0.
Goals from Matty Kosylo and Tom Peers secured all three points for The Robins who have started the season impressively.
Best of the rest
Paddy Madden’s first half injury time goal wrapped up a third straight victory for Stockport County as they beat Aldershot Town 1-0 at Edgeley Park.
Notts County picked up an away win, beating Yeovil Town 2-0 thanks to two goals from Ruben Rodrigues.
Eastleigh grabbed an 88th minute winner in their 2-1 victory at Wealdstone, while Solihull Moors also won late on with Danny Newton picking up the game’s only goal at King’s Lynn Town.