“The top clash of the day Torquay v Chelmsford was one of the 3 postponed matches”
P 8: Home Wins 5; Draws 3; Away Wins 0 - Goals 27
Matches Postponed 3
With Torquay's game being postponed Woking's victory puts them just one point behind the leaders - both teams having played 27 matches.
Billericay Town and Dartford both gained maximum points, the Darts beating fellow play-off rivals Bath City comfortably. Chelmsford City still stay in third place.
At the lower end of the table Dulwich Hamlet gained a valuable victory in front of the highest gate of the day, while Hungerford Town hit St. Albans City for five!
Danilo Orsi-Dadamo (Hungerford Town), Moses Emmanuel (Billericay Town) and Nicholas Grimes (Truro City) each scored a brace of goals, while Craig King (Oxford City) was the only player to be sent off.
Top attendances - 2,353 (Dulwich Hamlet); 1,613 (Woking) and 1,034 (Dartford).
Full Results: Billericay Town 3 v 2 Truro City; Chippenham Town 1 v 1 Hemel Hempstead Town; Dartford 3 v 0 Bath City; Dulwich Hamlet 2 v 1 Welling United; Eastbourne Borough 2 v 2 Oxford City; Gloucester City P v P Concord Rangers; Hampton & Richmond Boro' 1 v 1 Slough Town; Hungerford Town 5 v 0 St. Albans City; Torquay United P v P Chelmsford City; Weston-s-Mare P v P Wealdstone; Woking 3 v 0 East Thurrock United
There are just three matches scheduled to be played this coming midweek:
Hemel Hempstead Town v Torquay United; Oxford City v Welling United; Slough Town v Gloucester City
Updated 09:54 - 10 Feb 2019 by David Hamlet