As a result of their game against Gateshead being called off, due to international call up’s, Hereford slipped down the table into 15th position. However, the Bulls now have two games in hand on most of their rivals in the division, and remain just one win away from being in play-off contention.

Russell Slade will pick a Hereford side for the first time next Saturday when the Bulls travel to Guiseley in what looks like a being a tricky encounter. Guiseley lost 3-1 at the Deva Stadium against Chester today and lost a little ground on the teams at the top but remain 5th in the table.

Aaron Martin’s 11th goal of the season wasn’t enough for Guiseley who were put to the sword at the Deva.

Chester were already three goals to the good courtesy of an Akwasi Asante double and Ant Dudley’s second-half goal before the Lions’ in-form forward hit back.

Elsewhere, the top two sides both failed to win so there was a chance for the chasing pack to make some ground.

Alfreton looked to be cruising to a comfortable win at home against Curzon Ashton.

Amari Morgan-Smith’s hat-trick had the Reds in full control but goals from Luke Wall and Matt Regan late on set up a nervy finish at the Impact.

Darlington‘s miserable form on the road continued as they slipped to their fourth away defeat of the season at Gloucester City.

Joe Hanks either side of Adam Campbell’s equaliser for the visitors to give the Tigers their first win in four.

Josh Hancock hit a brace as Altrincham blew away lacklustre Leamington at Moss Lane – Jordan Hulme, Tom Peers and an own-goal also had a hand in the 5-0 win.

King’s Lynn were made to work for their point at Spennymoor Town having had to come from behind twice at Brewery Field.

First Adam Boyes and then Michael Roberts put the hosts in front but Adam Marriott and Rory McAuley levelled things up.

Southport went in front at Bootham Crescent through David Morgan before York‘s Alex Kempster hit the second and final goal of the game.

Blyth Spartans took their first home point of the season after Robbie Dale cancelled out Kidderminster‘s opener.

Max Lowe put Brackley in front against AFC Telford but they shared the spoils for the visiting Bucks who were put level from the spot by Marcus Dinanga.

Elsewhere, Farsley crept into the top seven with a win over Kettering – Will Hayhurst with what proved to be the winning goal in the Celts’ 3-2 triumph.

Bradford (Park Avenue)‘s woes continued in Lincolnshire as a two-minute burst from Boston ended their hopes of a second win of the season.

Saturday’s National League North final scores:
Alfreton 3-2 Curzon Ashton
Altrincham 5-0 Leamington
Blyth Spartans 1-1 Kidderminster Harriers
Boston 2-1 Bradford (Park Avenue)
Brackley 1-1 AFC Telford
Chester 3-1 Guiseley
Farsley Celtic 3-2 Kettering
Gloucester 2-1 Darlington
Spennymoor Town 2-2 King’s Lynn
York City 1-1 Southport

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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