The leaders of the Vanarama National League North are now York City after their narrow 1-0 victory over Brackley.

Guiseley lost the divisional lead after falling to a surprising 0-3 defeat at Haig Avenue where Southport scored their first goals of the season.

The King’s Lynn victory over Hereford sees them surge into the top three with the Linnets winning both of their home games to date.

Despite sacking their manager and coach this week Bradford Park Avenue remain rooted to the foot of the table following a 0-3 home reverse at the hands of Kidderminster Harriers. Bradford have now conceded 13 goals in three matches, and are yet to hit the back of the net themselves.

Chester and Leamington remain undefeated. Chester beating Farsley Celtic 2-1, whilst Leamington drew 1-1 at home to another undefeated side Curzon Ashton .

Hereford face AFC Telford at Edgar Street on Tuesday evening with the visitors being held to a 0-0 draw by Gateshead at the New Bucks Head yesterday.

Saturday 10 August

AFC Telford United 0-0 Gateshead
Alfreton Town 3-0 Blyth Spartans
Bradford (Park Avenue) 0-3 Kidderminster Harriers
Chester 2-1 Farsley Celtic
Darlington 3-0 Kettering Town 
Gloucester City 1-1 Altrincham
King’s Lynn Town 3-1 Hereford
Leamington 1-1 Curzon Ashton
Southport 3-0 Guiseley
Spennymoor Town P-P Boston United
York City 1-0 Brackley Town

By Editor

Lifelong Hereford supporter who has endured the rise and fall of the club through progressive generations. Sports journalist, broadcaster and commentator who will never forget his Edgar Street roots.

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