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National League Round-Up: Saturday 28th September

By JOHN CHUBB

@JohnCphoenixfm

Dagenham & Redbridge have now gone 10 National League matches without defeat and consolidated their position of fifth in the table, although they had to make do with a point on this occasion as they drew 0-0 at home to struggling Chorley.

The Daggers found themselves down to 10 men in the 72nd minute when Luke Croll committed a foul in the penalty area and received a second yellow card.

Courtney Meppen-Walter stepped up to take the spot-kick but it was saved by home goalkeeper Elliot Justham.

Dagenham’s best chance came from Jake Cottrell who had a shot cleared off the line by Chorley’s Mark Ross.

In the National League South Braintree Town won their third league game in succession and are in fifth place after a 1-0 win over Oxford City at Cressing Road.

Glen Driver’s men were awarded a 34th minute penalty which was scored by Ade Cole, after Tom Richardson was fouled in the penalty area.

The away team pushed hard for an equaliser after the break but Iron held on for the three points.

New boss Jamie O’Hara took charge of Billericay Town in a league match for the first time as they hosted Dorking Wanderers at the Steel Team Stadium.

The game was a stalemate until the final 25 minutes.

First Moses Emmanuel slotted home for the Blues on 65 minutes before Jake Robinson doubled their lead five minutes later.

With 76 minutes on the clock Dorking were awarded a penalty after a foul by Jordan Parkes, but Jason Prior’s spot-kick went over the crossbar.

The Surrey side managed to give themselves a lifeline with six minutes to go though, as David Ray pulled a goal back.

Then Prior made amends for his miss from the spot, as he headed home three minutes into injury time to give his side a point.

The result leaves Billericay in 8th place but still unbeaten at home.

Concord Rangers made the long trip to Weymouth and were comprehensively beaten 3-0, goals from Ben Thomson, Yemi Odubade and Cameron Murray giving the Terras a fourth successive NLS triumph.

The Beach Boys have now slipped to 10th spot in the league standings.

But Chelmsford City were celebrating after a more fruitful trip to the seaside.

Rod Stringer’s men put last week’s FA Cup humiliation at the hands of Corinthian-Casuals behind them, as they travelled to Eastbourne Borough and picked up a superb 4-0 victory.

Chris Whelpdale, Sam Higgins (with a goal each half) and Shaun Jeffers (from the penalty spot) were all on target.

Rod Stringer’s men moved up to 12th place in the table.

 

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National League Round-Up: Saturday 28th September

By JOHN CHUBB

@JohnCphoenixfm

Dagenham & Redbridge have now gone 10 National League matches without defeat and consolidated their position of fifth in the table, although they had to make do with a point on this occasion as they drew 0-0 at home to struggling Chorley.

The Daggers found themselves down to 10 men in the 72nd minute when Luke Croll committed a foul in the penalty area and received a second yellow card.

Courtney Meppen-Walter stepped up to take the spot-kick but it was saved by home goalkeeper Elliot Justham.

Dagenham’s best chance came from Jake Cottrell who had a shot cleared off the line by Chorley’s Mark Ross.

In the National League South Braintree Town won their third league game in succession and are in fifth place after a 1-0 win over Oxford City at Cressing Road.

Glen Driver’s men were awarded a 34th minute penalty which was scored by Ade Cole, after Tom Richardson was fouled in the penalty area.

The away team pushed hard for an equaliser after the break but Iron held on for the three points.

New boss Jamie O’Hara took charge of Billericay Town in a league match for the first time as they hosted Dorking Wanderers at the Steel Team Stadium.

The game was a stalemate until the final 25 minutes.

First Moses Emmanuel slotted home for the Blues on 65 minutes before Jake Robinson doubled their lead five minutes later.

With 76 minutes on the clock Dorking were awarded a penalty after a foul by Jordan Parkes, but Jason Prior’s spot-kick went over the crossbar.

The Surrey side managed to give themselves a lifeline with six minutes to go though, as David Ray pulled a goal back.

Then Prior made amends for his miss from the spot, as he headed home three minutes into injury time to give his side a point.

The result leaves Billericay in 8th place but still unbeaten at home.

Concord Rangers made the long trip to Weymouth and were comprehensively beaten 3-0, goals from Ben Thomson, Yemi Odubade and Cameron Murray giving the Terras a fourth successive NLS triumph.

The Beach Boys have now slipped to 10th spot in the league standings.

But Chelmsford City were celebrating after a more fruitful trip to the seaside.

Rod Stringer’s men put last week’s FA Cup humiliation at the hands of Corinthian-Casuals behind them, as they travelled to Eastbourne Borough and picked up a superb 4-0 victory.

Chris Whelpdale, Sam Higgins (with a goal each half) and Shaun Jeffers (from the penalty spot) were all on target.

Rod Stringer’s men moved up to 12th place in the table.

 

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National League Round-Up: Saturday 28th September

By JOHN CHUBB

@JohnCphoenixfm

Dagenham & Redbridge have now gone 10 National League matches without defeat and consolidated their position of fifth in the table, although they had to make do with a point on this occasion as they drew 0-0 at home to struggling Chorley.

The Daggers found themselves down to 10 men in the 72nd minute when Luke Croll committed a foul in the penalty area and received a second yellow card.

Courtney Meppen-Walter stepped up to take the spot-kick but it was saved by home goalkeeper Elliot Justham.

Dagenham’s best chance came from Jake Cottrell who had a shot cleared off the line by Chorley’s Mark Ross.

In the National League South Braintree Town won their third league game in succession and are in fifth place after a 1-0 win over Oxford City at Cressing Road.

Glen Driver’s men were awarded a 34th minute penalty which was scored by Ade Cole, after Tom Richardson was fouled in the penalty area.

The away team pushed hard for an equaliser after the break but Iron held on for the three points.

New boss Jamie O’Hara took charge of Billericay Town in a league match for the first time as they hosted Dorking Wanderers at the Steel Team Stadium.

The game was a stalemate until the final 25 minutes.

First Moses Emmanuel slotted home for the Blues on 65 minutes before Jake Robinson doubled their lead five minutes later.

With 76 minutes on the clock Dorking were awarded a penalty after a foul by Jordan Parkes, but Jason Prior’s spot-kick went over the crossbar.

The Surrey side managed to give themselves a lifeline with six minutes to go though, as David Ray pulled a goal back.

Then Prior made amends for his miss from the spot, as he headed home three minutes into injury time to give his side a point.

The result leaves Billericay in 8th place but still unbeaten at home.

Concord Rangers made the long trip to Weymouth and were comprehensively beaten 3-0, goals from Ben Thomson, Yemi Odubade and Cameron Murray giving the Terras a fourth successive NLS triumph.

The Beach Boys have now slipped to 10th spot in the league standings.

But Chelmsford City were celebrating after a more fruitful trip to the seaside.

Rod Stringer’s men put last week’s FA Cup humiliation at the hands of Corinthian-Casuals behind them, as they travelled to Eastbourne Borough and picked up a superb 4-0 victory.

Chris Whelpdale, Sam Higgins (with a goal each half) and Shaun Jeffers (from the penalty spot) were all on target.

Rod Stringer’s men moved up to 12th place in the table.

 

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National League Round-Up: Saturday 28th September

By JOHN CHUBB

@JohnCphoenixfm

Dagenham & Redbridge have now gone 10 National League matches without defeat and consolidated their position of fifth in the table, although they had to make do with a point on this occasion as they drew 0-0 at home to struggling Chorley.

The Daggers found themselves down to 10 men in the 72nd minute when Luke Croll committed a foul in the penalty area and received a second yellow card.

Courtney Meppen-Walter stepped up to take the spot-kick but it was saved by home goalkeeper Elliot Justham.

Dagenham’s best chance came from Jake Cottrell who had a shot cleared off the line by Chorley’s Mark Ross.

In the National League South Braintree Town won their third league game in succession and are in fifth place after a 1-0 win over Oxford City at Cressing Road.

Glen Driver’s men were awarded a 34th minute penalty which was scored by Ade Cole, after Tom Richardson was fouled in the penalty area.

The away team pushed hard for an equaliser after the break but Iron held on for the three points.

New boss Jamie O’Hara took charge of Billericay Town in a league match for the first time as they hosted Dorking Wanderers at the Steel Team Stadium.

The game was a stalemate until the final 25 minutes.

First Moses Emmanuel slotted home for the Blues on 65 minutes before Jake Robinson doubled their lead five minutes later.

With 76 minutes on the clock Dorking were awarded a penalty after a foul by Jordan Parkes, but Jason Prior’s spot-kick went over the crossbar.

The Surrey side managed to give themselves a lifeline with six minutes to go though, as David Ray pulled a goal back.

Then Prior made amends for his miss from the spot, as he headed home three minutes into injury time to give his side a point.

The result leaves Billericay in 8th place but still unbeaten at home.

Concord Rangers made the long trip to Weymouth and were comprehensively beaten 3-0, goals from Ben Thomson, Yemi Odubade and Cameron Murray giving the Terras a fourth successive NLS triumph.

The Beach Boys have now slipped to 10th spot in the league standings.

But Chelmsford City were celebrating after a more fruitful trip to the seaside.

Rod Stringer’s men put last week’s FA Cup humiliation at the hands of Corinthian-Casuals behind them, as they travelled to Eastbourne Borough and picked up a superb 4-0 victory.

Chris Whelpdale, Sam Higgins (with a goal each half) and Shaun Jeffers (from the penalty spot) were all on target.

Rod Stringer’s men moved up to 12th place in the table.

 

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