Ebbsfleet recharged for Grimsby Town clash as Kidderminster move up to second
EBBSFLEET United enjoyed a weekend of rest as they look to build on a confidence boosting victory when they visit Grimsby Town tomorrow night.
The Blue Square Bet Premier strugglers moved off the foot of the table last Tuesday with a 1-0 home victory against Hereford.
Josh Scott scored his third goal in as many matches to bag Ebbsfleet the points.
Although The Fleet were without a game on Saturday, they remained one place above bottom spot as AFC Telford lost 2-1 at Newport – who overtook Town in the table.
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The Mariners have slipped to fourth in the standings amid their FA Trophy commitments – and joint bosses Paul Hurst and Rob Scott will be keen to get back on track tomorrow following last Tuesday's 2-0 defeat at Braintree.
Christian Jolley and Danny Crow were on target for Newport as they climbed to third, to lead Town by one point in the table.
Kidderminster Harriers soared up to second – ahead of Newport on goal difference and two points behind league leaders Wrexham – with their 3-1 home victory against Alfreton.
Amari Morgan-Smith netted inside the first minute for Harriers. Ben Tomlinson equalised for The Reds, but goals from Josh Gowling and Anthony Malbon earned three points for Steve Burr's men.
Elsewhere, Mansfield moved to within two points of Town – but now having played the same number of games – after substitute Lindon Meikle netted a last-minute winner in a 3-2 triumph at Luton.
Cambridge 1 Hereford 3; Kidderminster 3 Alfreton 1; Lincoln City 0 Barrow 0; Luton 2 Mansfield 3; Newport 2 Telford 1; Southport 1 Woking 2; Tamworth 2 Hyde 0; Macclesfield 0 Gateshead 4.