Vanarama National League roundup: Altrincham stops Eastleigh, Barnet stuns Maidenhead, Moors hold Linnets
Play-off chasing Eastleigh missed a huge opportunity to enter the play-offs as they failed to take advantage of their game in hand.
After 45 scoreless first goals, the Spitfires took the lead thanks to the former Port Vale striker Tyrone barnett, who gracefully hanged in the air before nodding Michael greenis crossed at the bottom of the net.
Altrincham, admittedly playing for nothing, was keen to be the villains of the story as the referee offered an advantage following a foul on Josh hancock, But Ryan colclough was on hand to bring the ball home from an obscure angle.
It seems increasingly likely that the two teams will face off again in the 2021/22 season, as Eastleigh is now against him on the final day, where they will face each other. Moors of Solihull. Altrincham welcomes the finalists of the league, Torquay United.
Barnet 2-0 Maidenhead United
Although it was an unforgettable campaign for Simon Basseyof Barnet, the The bees left La Ruche in a buzz after a prolific 2-0 win over Maidenhead united.
Barnet greeted the fans on the ground, which had clearly been missed throughout the season, and scored a first goal for the club thanks to Harry taylor, who slipped the ball confidently into the bottom corner.
And just eight minutes later, the The bees doubled their lead thanks to the old Southend United Midfielder Anthony wordsworth after an excellent passing and linking game.
Maidenhead’s play-off ambitions have now faltered and died, but both teams hope to progress in the coming season.
Kings Lynn Town 1-1 Solihull Moors
A first season in the National League did not quite go as planned Town of Kings Lynn this season, but the Linen fillets were able to hold a Solihull Moors team currently on the mend.
After winning five games on the rebound before kick-off, the Moors were caught half an hour after the start of the contest, as a whipped wedge was struck at the back of the net by Ross barrows.
Solihull responded however, courtesy of the former Aberdeen attacker Adam rooney. The experienced striker was trained by Alex addai, which was recently released by Town of Cheltenham, before Rooney could hijack his home from up close.
Both teams end their 2020/21 campaign at home next Saturday, with Solihull looking to spoil the party at Eastleigh and Kings Lynn tackling a Town of Aldershot side looking to avoid their fourth straight loss.