Saturday's National League reports

Dover 4-3 Forest Green

Ricky Miller scored a superb hat-trick as Dover made it two wins on the bounce with a thrilling victory over National League leaders Forest Green.

Rovers made a positive start and took the lead in the seventh minute thanks to Liam Noble's deflected free-kick, but the hosts were soon back on level terms.

Miller was in the right place to convert a cross from Aswad Thomas, and the striker added a second early in the second half with a coolly-taken penalty.

The see-saw nature of the contest continued as Rovers equalised through Rhys Murphy before Ross Lafayette restored Dover's advantage with a smart finish in the 68th minute.

Christian Doidge looked to have rescued a point for the visitors in the 85th minute, but there was still time for Miller to complete his treble and clinch victory with a fine strike.

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Aldershot 0-0 Chester

Chester had a goal ruled out and also struck the woodwork in a goalless draw with Aldershot in the National League.

The hosts made an encouraging start at the EBB Stadium as Matt McClure set up a chance for Jake Gallagher, but his shot comfortably cleared the crossbar.

Chester responded with a quick counter-attack, Elliott Durrell pulling his shot wide, before they had a goal chalked off when Kane Richards was penalised for a foul in the 13th minute.

The visitors pushed forward again and Ryan Lloyd was unfortunate to see his long-range effort hit the woodwork, while Aldershot went close early in the second period when Scott Rendell was denied by Liam Roberts.

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Barrow 1-1 Boreham Wood

Morgan Ferrier scored a last-gasp equaliser as Boreham Wood fought back to secure a draw in the National League against Barrow.

The hosts had made a positive start to the game, Alex-Ray Harvey picking up the ball on the edge of the area and unleashing a shot that was comfortably saved by goalkeeper Grant Smith.

Richie Bennett forced another save from Smith before Harvey scuffed his shot after a great run into the penalty area.

Byron Harrison scored his third goal of the season when he was brought down in the area and stepped up to convert his 70th-minute spot-kick.

But Ferrier was left unmarked at a corner in time added on and headed home the leveller to clinch a point for the visitors.

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Braintree 1-4 Gateshead

Reece Styche scored twice as Gateshead ended a three-match losing streak on the road with an emphatic victory at Braintree.

The striker netted his first goal of the season in the 23rd minute, latching on to a Patrick McLaughlin flick-on and coolly slotting home, before converting Mitch Brundle's cross seven minutes after the interval.

Braintree, having had two big shouts for a penalty in the first half, pulled a goal back five minutes later as Michael Cheek tapped in after Jake Goodman's effort hit the post.

But Gateshead put the game beyond doubt with goals in the 70th and 82nd minutes, McLaughlin finding the net following a smart turn before Wes York buried Danny Johnson's cutback.

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Bromley 0-1 Macclesfield

Macclesfield clung to beat Bromley and claim a third successive National League victory.

Danny Rowe scored the game's only goal after 21 minutes when he unleashed a superb left-footed strike when he was given time to shoot.

Bromley came close to cancelling out Rowe's goal - his second in as many games - as Tobi Sho-Silva headed against the crossbar before Rob Swaine hit a post shortly after half-time.

Macc defender John McCombe was also needed to clear a Blair Turgott shot off the line as the visitors claimed a win to move them three points behind new leaders Lincoln.

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Eastleigh 1-1 Southport

Lowly Southport marked their first game under new boss Steve Burr by battling back from a goal down to claim a draw at Eastleigh.

The Sandgrounders sacked Andy Bishop after a miserable run of four defeats in their last five games although there appeared to be more defensive resilience under Burr as they repelled their opponents in a dour first half.

Eastleigh continued to put the pressure on after the interval and their persistence paid off when a low cross was half cleared, and Mikael Mandron curled into the top corner in the 51st minute.

The hosts continued to dominate but their failure to score a second came back to haunt them as James Gray equalised almost immediately after coming off the bench by converting James Caton's cross in the 71st minute.

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Guiseley 1-1 Woking

Guiseley were denied a first win of the National League campaign as Dennon Lewis' late equaliser earned fellow strugglers Woking a draw.

Substitute Lewis deflected in Fabio Saraiva's header in the 82nd minute as the visitors avoided slipping below their opponents at this early stage of the season.

Guiseley, who lost their opening seven games before picking up their first point last weekend, took the lead two minutes into the second half as Adam Boyes collected Nicky Clee's pass and rifled an effort into the top of Michael Poke's net.

Poke denied Jordan Preston and Javan Vidal as the hosts pushed for a second but Woking battled back and Lewis' goal prevented a fourth successive away defeat.

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North Ferriby 0-2 Maidstone

Ten-man Maidstone held on to beat North Ferriby at the Eon Visual Media Stadium.

Liam Enver-Marum made it two goals in as many games for The Stones in the 11th minute, despite the hosts making a strong start.

The visitors' hopes of hanging on were dealt a blow just before the break when Jack Evans saw red after bundling Reece Thompson over just outside the box.

But Alex Flisher eased fears of a collapse with a smart finish four minutes after the interval and Jay Saunders' side held firm to see out the win.

North Ferriby have now lost four on the bounce.

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Solihull Moors 2-5 Dagenham & Redbridge

Ollie Hawkins' hat-trick helped Dagenham to an impressive victory win over Solihull at the Automated Technology Group Stadium.

Daggers striker Hawkins opened the scoring in the 24th minute, nodding home on the rebound after Fejiri Okenabirhie's shot was saved.

Six minutes before the break Okenabirhie got on the scoresheet himself, capping off a superb solo run with a fierce low drive that gave Solihull goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan no chance.

A wonder-strike from Jordan Maguire-Drew, smashing home on the volley from 20 yards in the 55th minute, made it 3-0 before Hawkins grabbed his second nine minutes later.

Two goals in three minutes from Solihull created an interesting finish, with Andy Brown and Jamey Osborne making it 4-2 with nine minutes remaining, before Hawkins wrapped up his second hat-trick of the season from the spot in time added on.

Torquay 2-0 York

Nathan Blissett's first-half brace was enough for Torquay to claim a win over York at Plainmoor.

The 26-year-old opened his account for the season in the sixth minute, heading home Dan Sparkes' inch-perfect cross from four yards out.

Sparkes turned provider again for Blissett in the 29th minute. This time the midfielder headed Aman Verma's cross back across goal, leaving Blissett to lash home on the volley from close range.

The former Kidderminster striker nearly clinched his hat-trick in the 40th minute, with Matt Fry clearing his goal-bound effort, but the job was already done. York tried to push after the break, but were unable to breach the Gulls' well organised back four.

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Tranmere 0-1 Lincoln

Lincoln are top of the National League after a win ended Tranmere's 100% record at Prenton Park this season.

The first half was a cagey affair, with top spot on the line for both sides after Forest Green's earlier defeat at Dover.

Tranmere goalkeeper Scott Davies had to be alert to keep Macauley Bonne's header out early on, while Luke Waterfall went close with a free-kick in the 25th minute, but the hosts also threatened through James Norwood.

Bonne, on loan at Lincoln from Colchester, got the crucial breakthrough in the 67th minute when he smashed into the roof of the net from Terry Hawkridge's cross.

Tranmere have now lost back-to-back games after starting the season with a seven-match unbeaten run.

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Wrexham 1-0 Sutton United

Sean Newton's second-half goal saw Wrexham extend their unbeaten run to three games with an unconvincing win over Sutton United.

Sutton dominated the first half with Craig Eastmond denied by Shwan Jalal, Bedsente Gomis's effort was cleared off the line and Chris Dickson hit the crossbar.

Wrexham were not at their best but captain Newton's goal secured victory.

Gary Mills' side are 11th in the table with Sutton down to 15th.