Oxford City remain just one point behind leaders Dartford after captain Reece Fleet bagged a late winner at Hungerford Town.
By Steven Oldham
Oxford and Dartford take narrow wins
The game at Bulpit Lane looked to be heading to a goalless draw, before Fleet popped up with an 88th minute winner.
City are now unbeaten in ten league games, with Hungerford losing three of their last four. They finished the game with ten men after Sol Wanjau-Smith’s early red card.
Steve King’s Dartford side also picked up a 1-0 win at home to bottom club Billericay Town.
Jake Robinson’s goal on ten minutes was enough to wrap up another three points, and after a slight wobble, The Darts have picked up back to back wins.
Hamlet crush Ebbsfleet in second half
Dulwich Hamlet came back from a goal down at half time to crush Ebbsfleet United 5-2 in front of a crowd of over 3,300 at Champion Hill.
Alfie Egan opened the scoring for the visitors midway through the second half, before Tyrone Sterling levelled the scores. Jack Paxman put the visitors back in front.
Whatever Gavin Rose said to his side at half time obviously worked, with Hamlet scoring four times in the last half hour.
Goals from Jordan Green, Darren McQueen, Giovanni McGregor and Andrew Harris-Sealy sealed a stunning win for Dulwich.
The result sees the sides swap places in the table, with Hamlet now three points clear in third place.
Parsons hat-trick wraps up win for Chippenham
Chippenham Town picked up an impressive 4-1 win over Dorking Wanderers, with Harry Parsons netting an eight minute hat-trick.
Parsons’ clinical performance gave his side a commanding half time lead, even withstanding Matt Briggs’ goal just before the break.
Ricky Aguiar added gloss to the victory with a minute left on the clock.
After a good spell, Dorking now have no win in three games and have dropped to midtable. Chippenham move ahead of them on goal difference.
Romans pick up away win
Bath City beat Havant & Waterlooville 3-1 to record back to back league wins for the first time since August.
Jack Batten headed Bath into the lead, with Tommy Wright responding for Havant with a header of his own. Cody Cooke restored Bath’s lead just before the break.
Alex Fletcher sealed victory for Jerry Gill’s side ten minutes into the second half.
Today’s result sees Havant lose for the first time in seven games.
Best of the rest
Slough Town came from a goal behind to beat Tonbridge Angels 2-1.
Eastbourne Borough picked up a 2-0 win over Welling United, who have now failed to score in three games.
Concord Rangers and Braintree Town shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw.
Craig Fasanmade’s goal was enough for Hemel Hempstead to pick up victory at Hampton & Richmond Borough.