TOWN'S ALI IS ALL GOLD
‘ONCE is happenstance, twice is coincidence, three times is Ahmed Ali’ – Ian Fleming might well have been writing about Nantwich Town’s FA Trophy run.
TOP TWO SHARE THE SPOILS IN FEISTY TIE in MING
STALYBRIDGE Celtic and Prescot Cables shared the points in a feisty encounter at Bower Fold.
MICHAEL SALUTES RESILIENT MARTYRS
A TEN-MAN Merythr Town side emerged victorious from this clash of fourth and fifth place in an exciting, nail-biting game at Walton & Hersham’s Elmsbridge Xcel Sports Hub.
HAKE: WE HAVE GOT URCHINS IN SIGHTS
CHATHAM reigned supreme in their battle with Enfield for second place.
FIVE-STAR SILKMEN ARE FULL OF GOALS
A FIVE-star performance from Macclesfield saw them comfortably past Guiseley.
GEORGE'S MEN ARE STUNNED BY JACK
ST ALBANS CITY upset the odds at Clarence Park, as they came from behind to secure three points against thirdplaced Maidstone United.
CARLTON LEAVES PILGRIMS FUMING
CHORLEY equalised seven minutes into injury time to extend their unbeaten run to six games against Boston. The Magpies pulled one back with in the 88th minute then substitute Carlton Ubaezuonu struck at the death.
ROBINS SMASH MOORS FOR SIX
ALTRINCHAM returned to winning ways with an emphatic victory over fellow play-off chasers Solihull Moors, who crashed to a third straight defeat, described as ‘embarrassing’ by boss Andy Whing.
Pools in dark but Ravens shine
There was nothing Cheeky about Bromley’s victory at Hartlepool United – even if the game could have been abandoned at half-time.
KEV PLAYS TOP CARD IN HARRY!
GATESHEAD paid the price for missed as chances as depleted battlers Southend fought back to earn a precious point on the banks of the Tyne.
PERFECT 10 IS IN THE BANK
DOMINANT Chesterfield moved 11 points clear at the top of the National League – although they were given a scare by gallant Eastleigh.
CHARLIE'S THE STONES-ANGEL
A 96th winner by Charlie Barker earned Wealdstone the bragging rights in this pulsating local derby at Grosvenor Vale.
OLD PALS ACT INSPIRE NORS
Goal ace at home with duo
Macc's £13m man is a nice Brucie bonus
IN football, it’s not what you know, it’s who you know. Or, in the case of Alex Bruce, who turns up to your weekly kickabout.
DUTTON IS ON THE BUTTON!
SALISBURY boss Brian Dutton admits even he’s been surprised by how quite how good his league leaders have started this season – and now they’re determined to build on it and launch a promotion bid.
IT'S RED FOR DANGER AS BILLY EYES A SCALP
BILLY HEATH says he makes no apologies if his Alfreton Town side don’t serve up a lunchtime feast of football for the FA Cup purists on Saturday – just so long as they continue doing what they do best.
HEED FLYING THE FLAG IN SOME STYLE
Boss Cowley's heart remains in Non-League
HORNETS BUZZ FOR REPRIEVE!
HORSHAM boss Dom Di Paola has admitted his players are still in 'shock' following their surprise FA Cup reprieve after Barnsley were found to have played an ineligible player.
SWEET 16! Trophy shocks aplenty as big guns fall on road to Wembley
STEP 4 heroes are celebrating Isuzu FA Trophy success on a day of no fewer than SIXTEEN upsets in the second round.
BEGINNING OF A LEGACY AND THE VALLEY OF OPPORTUNITY
THEIR historic FA Cup journey may well be over but Cray Valley PM boss Steve McKimm believes it was an adventure that could well define the club's future.
GREENING TAKES POSITIVES FROM ROVERS' HUMBLING
JONATHAN Greening says his Scarborough Athletic side will learn valuable lessons after the Seadogs were blown away by fast-starting Forest Green Rovers at The New Lawn.
BOSS NEAL RELISHES NEXT ARD CUP TASK
YORK CITY boss Neal Ardley joked the Minstermen have been riding their luck in the FA Cup so much that a great run might be written in the stars!
A BAN MUST MEAN A BAN FA loophole' is unfair, says chief
FA loophole is unfair, says chief
FANS IN RALLY TO RESCUE CRISIS HIT BORO
CRISIS club Nuneaton Borough say the collective effort of supporters has enabled them to carry on playing this week.
BREWERS MOURN FANS FAVOURITE DALE
LEAGUE One side Burton Albion have led the tributes to former fans favourite Dale Anderson, who died this week at the age of just 44.
DYER: WE ARE ALL TO BLAME
Caretaker boss hits out after Cards axe Sarll
NEWTON FORCE IS STRONG AGAIN
SEAN NEWTON has been taking notes from managers for years.
WE'RE THE NEW PRIDE OF BORO!
HAVING opened English football’s newest stadium, namely Phoenix Park, in September, Boro Rangers became the first club to host Northern League football in the town of Middlesbrough for 124 years.
Spitfires land late blow on Alty
SCOTT Quigley scored Eastleigh’s first goal and laid on Paul McCallum’s late second half winner as Eastleigh shattered Altrincham’s proud ten-match unbeaten National League run which stretched back to early September.
WEARNE WEARS IT WELL!
A SECOND-HALF brace from Stephen Wearne ensured an impressive Gateshead inflicted a first home defeat of the season on sorry Barnet.