Premier Division - A summary will appear here later
Division One Central - A summary will appear here later
Division One South & West - A summary will appear here later
Premier Division - On Monday, Redditch United were held to a 0-0 draw by visiting St Neots Town. On Tuesday, second in the table Chesham United scored three times in the opening half hour but conceded twice early in the second half before making sure of the points with a strike seventeen minutes from time giving them a 4-2 victory at Weymouth but third placed Cambridge City went behind for the third time with eight minutes remaining to go down 3-2 at Hungerford Town. A goal after just two minutes was sufficient to give Arlesey Town a 1-0 home victory over Chippenham Town while third from bottom AFC Totton scored in the twelfth minute and again fourteen minutes from time to win 2-0 at second from bottom Bashley. On Wednesday, Hemel Hempstead Town regained their eight point lead at the top of the table when a twenty fifth minute goal was sufficient to defeat visiting Poole Town 1-0 but third in the table St Albans City suffered their second successive defeat when Corby Town scored twice in the second half to secure a 2-0 home victory.
Division One Central - Third in the table Slough Town conceded two goals in the opening thirteen minutes of the second half and, although they reduced the arrears with seventeen minutes remaining, went down to a 3-1 home defeat when Egham Town struck again in time added on while Royston Town, held to a goal each at half time, moved into the play-off places when they went ahead from a penalty two minutes after the break and scored again three minutes later to complete a 3-1 home victory over Beaconsfield SYCOB. Uxbridge scored twice before the break and went on to secure a 3-1 home win over Leighton Town while bottom of the table Ashford Town (Middx) played out a 0-0 home draw with Aylesbury. On Wednesday, Daventry Town went ahead on the stroke of half time and scored again ten minutes from time to move into the play-off places with a 2-0 win at Aylesbury United. On Thursday, Barton Rovers, three ahead at the interval, moved back into the play-off places with a 5-1 home victory over North Greenford United.
Division One South & West - Leaders Merthyr Town scored twice in each half to secure a comprehensive 4-1 win at Evesham United but second in the table Cirencester Town, three up at the interval, completed an even more emphatic victory when they added four more in the second half to defeat visiting Clevedon Town 7-0 but third placed Mangotsfield United went behind to a fourth minute penalty and, although drawing level eight minutes later, trailed two behind at the break before going down to a 3-2 defeat at Stratford Town and Paulton Rovers, who had taken a second minute lead, lost 2-1 at home to Yate Town who moved up to fifth, level on points with their hosts. In the night's other game Bridgwater Town twice went ahead but had to settle for a 2-2 home draw when Godalming Town equalised for the second time midway through the second half. On Wednesday, Swindon Supermarine went behind in the opening minute but scored twice in the following eight minutes and added two more before the interval to complete a 4-1 home win over Taunton Town and move back into the play-off places.
The FA Carlsberg Trophy Final
Sunday March 23rd 2014, Kick-off 3pm
Cambridge United will face Gosport Borough in The FA Trophy Final at Wembley Stadium on Sunday 23 March at 3pm and tickets are now on sale. Tickets are priced at £30 for adults and £15 for children under 16 and are on sale from Monday.You can buy your ticket now by clicking here or by calling the FA Hotline on 0844 980 0656.
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Taunton Town - Martyn Rogers has stepped down as Assistant Manager of the club with “immediate effect.” Rogers, who enjoyed more than 20 years of success as boss of Tiverton Town, said: “After a lot of serious thought I have decided to seek a post elsewhere to fulfil my ambitions in football which has to be manager. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Taunton and wish Leigh Robinson and the players all the very best in the future. Furthermore I would like to thank Kevin Sturmey and all the Board for all their support during my spell at the football club, not forgetting all the staff that are the backbone of the club.”
Chief Executive and Chairman Kevin Sturmey said: "The club wish to place on record their thanks and appreciation for Martyn’s efforts during his time at the Viridor Stadium and wish him the best of luck in the future."
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