“Hampton & Richmond extend their winning run”
Matches 11: Home Wins 3: Draws 1: Away Wins 7 - goals scored 31
Billericay Town conceded a last minute goal to prevent them going top as Woking lost at home. Bath City also netted a last minute winner.
Torquay United gave their new manager two goals and a win; while Slough Town went down to 10-men after just 12 minutes, then scored three times before half time to inflict defeat over a stunned Eastbourne Borough. Weston-s-Mare also had a player sent off as they suffered another defeat to keep them rooted at the foot of the table.
Truro City, East Thurrock United and Hungerford Town are they other teams occupying the bottom four positions in the table and given a great win for Dulwich, away to leaders Woking, there is a now a three point gap separating the basement teams from the rest of the division.
Matty Stevens scored a hat-trick for Slough Town, while Philip Roberts netted a brace for Hemel Hempstead Town,
There were only two gates above the 1,000 mark - 1,431 at Billericay and 1,859 at Woking.
Updated 10:04 - 16 Sep 2018 by David Hamlet
Billericay Town 1 - 1 Dartford; Chippenham Town 1 - 0 Gloucester City; Eastbourne Borough 2 - 4 Slough Town; Hungerford Town 0 - 2 Torquay United; Oxford City 1 - 2 Bath City; St. Albans City 2 - 0 Concord Rangers; Truro City 0 - 2 Hampton & Richmond Borough; Wealdstone 2 - 2 Chelmsford City; Welling United 2 - 0 East Thurrock United; Weston-s-Mare 1 - 2 Hemel Hempstead Town; Woking 1 - 2 Dulwich Hamlet