“Kettering win despite Danny Kelly's hat-trick for St. Ives”
12 Matches - 8 home wins, 4 away wins, 0 draws and 46 goals.
Slough's 6th straight league win (4 - 0, home Hitchin) sees them go top of the table for the first time this season. Kettering are 2nd, behind on goal difference, after winning 3 - 4 away against St. Ives.
Gosport Borough remain pointless, losing their 7th match of the season 2 - 4 at home against Farnborough, while Bishops Stortford gained their first victory, 2 - 0 at home against Kings Langley.
Early pacemakers Banbury United lose again, 1 - 3 at home against Redditch United who move up to 3rd place, ahead of last weekend's leaders Kings Lynn, beaten for the first time this season, 2 - 0 away at Royston.
Other results: Dorchester 1 - 4 Frome; Basingstoke 2 - 0 Merthyr; Biggleswade 2 - 0 St. Neots; Chesham 2 - 0 Dunstable; Hereford 5 - 2 Stratford; Tiverton 2 - 1 Weymouth.
Top attendance of the night, 2,005 at Hereford followed by Slough's 442. The lowest gate, 167 was at Gosport.
James Dobson (Slough) and Danny Kelly (St. Ives) both scored hat-tricks, while Samuel Smart (Basingstoke), Jack Bowen (Biggleswade), Jamie Cureton (Farnborough), Garyn Preen (Hereford) and Brett Solkhon (Kettering) all scored a brace.
Updated 09:02 - 13 Sep 2017 by David Hamlet
James Dobson together with Jefferson Louis (Banbury) and Dior Angus (Redditch) lead the scorers table with seven apiece