Widnes beaten by clinical Cables
The Colls claimed their first win of their league campaign in exciting fashion away at Pickering Town.
A performance that deserved all three points left Grantham manager Martin McIntosh struggling to work out how his side did not take all three points
Alan Bateson reports from Craik Park on Brig's last outing before lockdown.
COMEBACK KINGS ENTER LOCKDOWN AS LEAGUE LEADERS
Tonight's match report again comes from work experience student Ryan Robinson.
Sutton win on the road to make it 3 wins in a row
A capacity crowd witnessed a thoroughly entertaining encounter with Spalding United although home fans may well question how the Nailers could lose the lead on three occasions.
Goals from Aaron Opoku and Niall Davie helped Carlton Town to a 2-0 win at Sheffield.
Sargent stunner sees Widnes past Mossley
Chasetown won a home league game for the first time since February but they did it the hard way.
Injury-time winner ends battling Blues' unbeaten record
Despite heavy second half pressure, Brig fell to a narrow 1-0 defeat against Gainsborough Trinity at the Sir Tom Finney Stadium.
Despite leading and the hosts going down to 10 men it was Ilkeston who picked up the three points.
Hall the hero as Boro leave it late to grab a point
Stamford remain unbeaten in the league but surrendered a 2-goal lead to draw away at Chasetown.
Whites forced to settle for a point
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Match Report for Marske United v Ossett United
Grantham’s search for their first win of the season
Belper Town’s early season zest has tempered a little and their setback at a blustery Cleethorpes was their third defeat of the season.
Alan Bateson reports as Brig fall to their 5th league defeat in a row.
MATCH REPORT: Spoils shared in atrocious conditions at rainy Shawe View......
Carlton Town surrendered a half time lead to go town 2-1 to title chasing Leek Town at Stoke Lane.
IMPRESSIVE DISPLAY MERITS AWAY VICTORY
Lee Fowler's men grab a deserved three points
Two first half goals enough for three more points
By Sam Allen
Two second half goals from Jack Langston retrieved a point after a spirited Chasetown comeback.
The honours finished even as two of the Northern Premier League South East Division heavyweights traded blows in a cracking clash at the Zeeco Stadium on Tuesday night.
Second half fight back sees Hillmen take 3 points
Hillmen let lead slip on a Tuesday night
The Royals Strike Back In Style!
Alan Bateson reports as Brig take a 5 goal beating at Atherton.
For the second time in a fortnight, Matlock Town walked away from the Meres with a single goal victory.
A Tuesday night under the lights was in store for Lancaster City as they travelled to Manchester to take on FC United of Manchester.
LEEK CONTINUE IMPROVED FORM
Trafford slip to a second 0-1 defeat in four days........
Grantham’s search for their first win of the season continues
Lancaster City picked up their first three points of the season as they came away 4-2 victors against Grantham Town.
Alan Bateson reports from Greenwich Avenue as Brig come unstuck against Basford United.
The Boro edged out after second half onslaught
Albion come back for great win on the road
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Stamford remain unbeaten this season but had to come from behind to secure a point at Carlton Town.
Alan Bateson reports from Stainton Park as Brig leave it too late against Radcliffe.
Joel Daft scored his first goal for Carlton Town as the Millers held title favourites Stamford to a 1-1 draw at Stoke Lane.
Ponte were handed a heavy defeat away at Colne being beaten 6-2 on the night.
It was a night of disappointment for Belper Town who contrived to relinquish the lead on three occasions only to lose in the closing stages to Stocksbridge Park Steels (Credit BTFC Twitter Feed)
Player movements registered with the Northern Premier League from Sunday 22nd November to Saturday 28th November.
Spalding United have continued their signing spree with the addition of Lyes Mezine.
Marine goalkeeper Bayleigh Passant says the club's FA Cup success will be a lifetime memory for the 19-year-old.
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