After a two-week gap in fixtures due to international call-up’s the new Hereford manager Russell Slade suffered his first loss in charge as the Bulls stuttered to a 3-0 defeat at Guiseley.

Aaron Martin is the envy of the division at the minute – the Guiseley striker secured a hat-trick as a series of individual defensive errors cost Hereford. Martin has now scored 14 times already this season.

The Bulls now face Gateshead at Edgar Street on Tuesday night with supporters looking for a swift response to the Guiseley setback.

After their respective recent form, Alfreton fans might have been relishing a trip to Kettering.

But the travelling Reds fans were barely in the ground before finding themselves two goals behind.

Daniel Nti and Marcus Kelly had the Poppies in front inside five minutes – Amari Morgan-Smith hit a free-kick to half the deficit.

Southport piled on the misery for Blyth Spartans who remain rooted to the foot of the table thanks to Zehn Mohammed and David Morgan’s goals.

Curzon Ashton are struggling and have taken just a point in their last seven – a four-goal drubbing at home to Brackley won’t help matters.

Aaron Martin is the envy of the division at the minute – the Guiseley striker hit a hat-trick against Hereford to take his tally to 14 for the season.

Chester‘s Akwasi Asante also notched a treble as the Blues won comfortably at AFC Telford to move up to second.

Adam Marriott notched first thing and last thing for King’s Lynn who were held at home to Gloucester City – Joe Hanks and Joe Parker scoring for the Tigers.

Kidderminster Harriers got their first home win of the season at the sixth attempt.

It was a brace from Ash Chambers that sunk visitors Altrincham.

Gateshead ran riot in eight second-half minutes to make it three wins and three clean sheets in as many games.

After going in goalless against Boston, Nicky Deverdics, JJ O’Donnell and Dom Tear blew the Pilgrims away.

Farsley Celtic also made it three wins on the bounce – also climbing sixth after seeing off Leamington.

York continued their almost perfect away form at Darlington.

Alex Kempster opened the scoring just before the hour mark before Paddy McLaughlin secured the win four minutes from time.

Elsewhere, Adam Boyes’ late strike notched Spennymoor Town a point on the road at Bradford (Park Avenue) who led through Brad Dockerty.

Saturday’s National League North final scores:

AFC Telford 1-3 Chester
Bradford (Park Avenue) 1-1 Spennymoor
Curzon Ashton 0-4 Brackley
Darlington 0-2 York
Gateshead 3-0 Boston
Guiseley 3-0 Hereford
Kettering 2-1 Alfreton
Kidderminster Harriers 2-0 Altrincham
King’s Lynn 2-2 Gloucester
Leamington 0-3 Farsley Celtic
Southport 2-0 Blyth Spartans

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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