Saturday's National League reports

Aldershot Town 2-0 Wrexham

Shamir Fenelon and Scott Rendell scored their first goals for Aldershot Town as Wrexham suffered their first defeat of the National League season.

Fenelon's fine finish gave the hosts an early lead and Wrexham did not manage an effort on target during the first half.

Rendell doubled the lead when he tapped in Bernard Mensah's low cross.

Martin Riley went close with a header on a disappointing afternoon for Wrexham.

Braintree Town 1-3 Macclesfield Town

Braintree are still searching for their first win of the new National League season after Macclesfield cruised to a 3-1 triumph at the Amlin Stadium.

The Iron drew their opening two games but they were well beaten by the Silkmen, who took the lead in the 10th minute and never looked back.

Former Stockport striker Danny Rowe broke the deadlock, driving into the bottom corner after being put through in the box by Kingsley James, and Chris Holroyd nipped in front of everyone at the near post to make it 2-0 after 31 minutes.

Braintree managed to scramble a Paul Lewis header clear off the line in the 56th minute but Macclesfield got their third goal in the 73rd minute as Jack Simpson smashed home into the roof of the net.

Lee Barnard stuck a late consolation from the spot for Braintree after 81 minutes, before Macclesfield defender Mitch Hancox and Braintree goalkeeper Jamie Butler were sent off late on.

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Chester 1-3 Maidstone United

Newly-promoted Maidstone claimed their first win in the Vanarama National League at Chester's expense, with a 3-1 triumph.

Anthony Acheampong made the hosts pay for wasting early chances by heading home his first goal for Maidstone in the 20th minute.

Chester responded well, with James Alabi firing in his second goal in as many games to equalise in the 31st minute after good work from Kane Richards.

Alabi went close again minutes later, but Ben Greenhalgh changed the momentum of the match with a bundled effort to make it 2-1 after 57 minutes and Alex Flisher completed the scoring in the 64th minute.

Chester's afternoon was summed up by goalscorer Alabi seeing red in the 78th minute for a challenge on Maidstone goalkeeper Lee Worgan.

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Dover Athletic 2-0 North Ferriby United

Dover claimed their first win of the National League campaign with a comfortable 2-0 win over newly-promoted North Ferriby.

Dover striker Ricky Modeste tested Rory Watson's reactions early on after his third-minute strike hit a post, but the North Ferriby goalkeeper was quickest to the rebound.

Chris Kinnear's side finally got their breakthrough 11 minutes before the interval, with Moses Emmanuel profiting from Ross Lafayette's unselfish cross in the box to score his first goal for The Whites.

Lafayette got his reward in the 75th minute as he pounced on a defensive mix up to curl it in and wrap up the win for Dover.

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Forest Green Rovers 1-0 Gateshead

Forest Green claimed their first win of the new National League season and ended Gateshead's 100% start as a late Dale Bennett strike gave them a 1-0 victory at the New Lawn.

Mohamed Chemlal and Drissa Traore both had early chances as the hosts looked to get back to winning ways but neither was able to trouble Gateshead goalkeeper Sam Johnson by finding the target.

The Tynesiders went close through Wesley York's driven cross but that also zipped wide during a tense first half.

After the break it looked like both sides would continue to be frustrated, until Bennett's cross from the right bounced in off the far post in stoppage time.

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Guiseley 0-2 Dagenham & Redbridge

Dagenham bounced back from their midweek thrashing at the hands of Chester with a comfortable 2-0 win over Guiseley at Nethermoor Park.

The Daggers were beaten 3-0 on Tuesday, but took advantage of some early pressure when Christian Assombalonga finished a fine team move by heading his first goal for the club after five minutes.

Ten minutes later Assombalonga almost added a second but the former Waltham Abbey forward's lob cleared the crossbar as well as the goalkeeper.

Oliver Hawkins sealed the points 15 minutes from time by heading home from a corner to leave Guiseley still searching for their first point of the season.

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Lincoln City 1-3 Sutton United

Sutton United earn their first win in English football's fifth tier in 16 years, overcoming a Lincoln City side that played for an hour with 10 men.

Sutton went ahead after 23 minutes when Dan Wishart curled home a 20-yard free-kick and the hosts found themselves a man down shortly after the goal as Bradley Wood was sent off for stamping on Roarie Deacon following an altercation.

But the Imps equalised six minutes after half-time when Sam Habergham spotted Ross Worner off his line and lobbed the goalkeeper from 45 yards.

Sutton made their numerical advantage tell late on as Jamie Collins headed home a corner with five minutes remaining and Deacon finished off a counter-attack in stoppage time.

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Solihull Moors 1-0 Bromley

Liam Daly's fourth-minute header was enough to secure for Solihull Moors to secure victory at home to pointless Bromley.

Daly got on the end of a Jordan Gough cross to nod the hosts into a lead they would not relinquish.

Solihull goalkeeper Dan Lewis was needed to preserve his side's lead, most significantly when he made a close-range save to deny Blair Turgott before the loose ball was cleared to safety.

The visitors' best chance of an equaliser came in the second half when midfielder Joe Anderson fizzed in a cross that just needed a touch that none of his team-mates were able to supply.

Bromley have now lost their opening three games, while Solihull have seven points from a possible nine.

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Southport 2-1 Woking

Louis Almond scored twice - including a late winner - as Southport came from behind to beat Woking 2-1 in the National League.

Dennon Lewis put the Cards ahead, collecting the ball in the box to strike low and hard past Tyrell Belford in the 13th minute.

But the lead did not last long as the hosts scored their first goal of the season to level six minutes later.

Striker Almond was fouled inside the box and he picked himself up to send Michael Poke the wrong way from the penalty spot.

The game looked to be heading for a draw until Almond found space inside the area two minutes from time to fire home and give his side their first points of the season following successive 3-0 defeats.

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Torquay United 1-1 Barrow

Barrow earned a point at Torquay with a late deflected goal from Ross Bennett.

The substitute's shot came off Ben Gerring and left goalkeeper Brendan Moore with no chance.

Brett Williams put the Gulls at half-time with a superb individual goal, beating one defender before nutmegging Moussa Diarra and calmly slotting home.

Torquay winger Dan Sparkes had chances to score either side of the break, but both times Barrow goalkeeper Joel Dixon saved well.

Tranmere Rovers 2-1 Eastleigh

James Norwood turned from zero to hero as his last-gasp winner earned Tranmere a victory at home to Eastleigh.

Norwood missed a penalty with 15 minutes left, but he made amends three minutes into stoppage time when he latched on to a through ball and tucked home a winner.

Connor Jennings had put Tranmere ahead in the 24th minute by slamming home from close range after Norwood's free-kick was parried by Ryan Huddart.

The lead lasted just six minutes as an unmarked Adam Dugdale swept home a loose ball.

After Lois Maynard was fouled by Luke Coulson in the area, Norwood cannoned his spot-kick off the crossbar, but his late strike made it three wins from three in the National League for Rovers.

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York City 1-1 Boreham Wood

York and Boreham Wood remain unbeaten in the National League this season after playing out a dramatic 1-1 draw, with both goals coming in the final two minutes.

Simon Heslop thought he had won it for York in the 88th minute, but Ricky Shakes went to the other end and levelled things up.

Heslop drove through a crowded box to put City ahead, but before the home side could celebrate, Shakes did similarly to bring his side back square.

In a tight affair, Daniel Nti's 77th-minute effort for York was about as close as either side went before the goals, his strike blocked as it headed for the bottom corner.

Clovis Kamdjo also tried for York, denied by keeper Grant Smith, while Wood's Angelo Balanta drew a save from Scott Flinders.

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