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In this issue

February 25, 2024

SEARLE'S FLEET UP FOR BATTLE

DANNY SEARLE says Ebbsfleet United have shown him in less than a fortnight they've got what it takes to beat the National League drop.

SEARLE'S FLEET UP FOR BATTLE

3 mins

BARTLEY'S SET FOR A TITLE TILT AT BLUES!

OPTIMISTIC Mark Bartley is in no doubt where he thinks his Marlow side can finish in the Isthmian League South Central Division.

BARTLEY'S SET FOR A TITLE TILT  AT BLUES!

2 mins

TARBUCK SILENCES

BRADLEY Tarbuck scored a 92nd-minute equaliser to send the home crowd wild as Gosport Borough picked up a deserved point in this clash of the titans.

TARBUCK SILENCES

1 min

BARDS ARE HANDED A LESSON IN FINISHING

STRATFORD Town slipped out of the play-off places at the expense of an AFC Telford United side who ran out convincing winners at the Arden Garages Stadium.

BARDS ARE HANDED A LESSON IN FINISHING

1 min

GAFFER'S FURY AT PENALTY REFUSAL

SCUNTHORPE UNITED boss Jimmy Dean felt his side were denied a stonewall penalty at Scarborough Athletic.

GAFFER'S FURY AT PENALTY REFUSAL

1 min

KIDDY FAIL TO BREAK WANDS

THIS damp squib of a game served up a distinct lack of goalmouth action as these two improved sides battling to a point apiece at Aggborough.

KIDDY FAIL TO BREAK WANDS

2 mins

It's great Fon for Micky's Latics

JOE GARNER'S strike and a Mike Fondop brace left Maidenhead United reeling from their third consecutive National League defeat, while Oldham Athletic bolstered their push for promotion.

It's great Fon for Micky's Latics

2 mins

MAGIC MOORS ON A MISSION

HIGH-FLYING Solihull continued promotion ICH Moors their push with an impressive victory at struggling Rochdale - which leaves the Dale's own play-off hopes hanging by a thread.

MAGIC MOORS ON A MISSION

2 mins

CLARETS RALLY TO A BEST YET

It's 22 counting for Town

CLARETS RALLY TO A BEST YET

2 mins

ED'S A-HEAD OF THE GAME!

ED FRANCIS has paid tribute to key figures at Gateshead after he made a successful comeback from a fractured skull.

ED'S A-HEAD OF THE GAME!

2 mins

STREVS STILL STRIVING ON

BEN STREVENS doesn’t want to hear if his Dagenham & Redbridge side are climbing the National League table – they’re just trying to get better.

STREVS STILL STRIVING ON

3 mins

RECORDS - AND ALL THAT JAS!

HUMBLE Jas Singh has etched his name in Tamworth folklore – but he believes his all-conquering teammates deserve the right to join him.

RECORDS - AND ALL THAT JAS!

2 mins

I'LL MAKE OUR GAME THRIVE!

SIR KEIR STARMER has vowed to make sure NonLeague football 'thrives' if he ever becomes Prime Minister.

I'LL MAKE OUR GAME THRIVE!

3 mins

WARD EYEING MOOR GLORY

HE’S WON two league championships and 50 caps for his country, but Stephen Ward says he’d love nothing more than to steer Solihull Moors to glory – starting with a Wembley trip in the Isuzu FA Trophy.

WARD EYEING MOOR GLORY

2 mins

PRIDE OF LATICS KEPT ME GOING

FRANK Rothwell broke his own world record as the oldest man to row the Atlantic Ocean and now the Oldham Athletic chairman has urged his Latics to make it a double celebration with promotion.

PRIDE OF LATICS KEPT ME GOING

3 mins

THE HERO HIKERS DO IT FOR BELLA

INTREPID supporters trudged 34 miles for a fundraising away day – only for the game to then be called off!

THE HERO HIKERS DO IT FOR BELLA

2 mins

BAR AXE WON'T TAR MY LEGACY!

ADAM STEVENS admits he was hurt to be told in the bar that his Coalville Town reign had come to an end - but he won't let it overshadow the good times he had at his hometown club.

BAR AXE WON'T TAR MY LEGACY!

2 mins

MAGICAL MORAN SILENCES BLUEBELLS

THAN Moran's superb equaliser 12 minutes from time salvaged a deserved point for Evesham United.

MAGICAL MORAN SILENCES BLUEBELLS

1 min

BIRD BACK IN THE MIX WITH TOP TANNERS!

HAYDEN Bird hopes his play-off experience can help steer Leatherhead’s young guns back up to Step 3

BIRD BACK IN THE MIX WITH TOP TANNERS!

2 mins

NATHAN IS A HIT FOR KERNOW

THE Kernow Football Alliance is an inclusive international football team who participate in both domestic and international tournaments and promote Cornish culture around the world.

NATHAN IS A HIT FOR KERNOW

2 mins

OWUSU THE HERO AS SWANS SEAL BIG WIN

A LATE wonder free-kick from Nana Owusu was just enough to secure a big win for Walton & Hersham at Bulpit Lane in the play-off race.

OWUSU THE HERO AS SWANS SEAL BIG WIN

1 min

URCHIN ACES FIND A LATE STING TO WIN IT

LEAGUE leaders Hornchurch took all three points, coming from behind with two goals in two minutes to stun in-form Hamlet.

URCHIN ACES FIND A LATE STING TO WIN IT

1 min

SLOUGH TURN UP HEAT ON JOHNNO

LOUGH TOWN manager Scott Davies praised his side S three times to equalise before going on to find the winner through Leon Chambers-Parillon.

SLOUGH TURN UP HEAT ON JOHNNO

1 min

ROBINS STILL ROCKING TO KEEP PLAY-OFF HOPES ALIVE

PROMOTION chasing Altrincham continued their fine form with a clinical derby victory over play-off rivals Rochdale.

ROBINS STILL ROCKING TO KEEP PLAY-OFF HOPES ALIVE

2 mins

DANNY'S GOT FLEET FIRING!

RUNAWAY leaders Chesterfield dropped points at home for only the second time this season as Ebbsfleet United took a surprise share of the spoils from the SMH Group Stadium.

DANNY'S GOT FLEET FIRING!

2 mins

MAHER'S MEN FEEL THE HEAT

SOUTHEND United slipped to within one point of the National League drop zone after defeat to York City at Roots Hall.

MAHER'S MEN FEEL THE HEAT

1 min

SUPER BLUES DREAM ALIVE

City not thinking of Wembley just yet

SUPER BLUES DREAM ALIVE

2 mins

BARKS WORSE THAN HIS BITE

SECOND-half goals from Barks and Walshaw saw high-flying Emley reach the quarter-finals of the FA Vase at the expense of Northern League Whickham yesterday at the Fantastic Media Welfare Ground.

BARKS WORSE THAN HIS BITE

2 mins

GWINNETT: WE NEVER GOT GOING

HAMPTON & Richmond exited to Northern Premier League Macclesfield yesterday in the first ever meeting between the sides.

GWINNETT: WE NEVER GOT GOING

2 mins

KIDDY HAUNTED BY AN OLD BOY

SPORTS player-manager Michael Gash was the hero as his winner, three minutes into stoppage time, saw the home side knock out National League Kidderminster at PIMS Park.

KIDDY HAUNTED BY AN OLD BOY

2 mins

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The Non-League Football Paper Magazine Description:

PublisherGreenways Publishing

CategoryNews

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyWeekly

The Non-League Paper is the UK's best selling national football publication focussing on the grass-roots game, covering the Blue Square Bet Premier, South and North, and its feeder leagues in England and Wales. Published every Sunday in exceptional clarity.

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