Nationwide Conference Wrap

Dagenham boss John Still will be disappointed with his side after they relinquished their lead against Forest Green Rovers on Saturday.

Paul Benson put the home side ahead only for Michael Brough to equalise.

Jim Smith's Oxford United returned to winning ways after cruising to a comfortable 3-0 victory over Altrincham at Moss Lane. Eddie Anaclet, Michael Corcoran and Marvin Robinson grabbed the goals for the second-placed side.

Foot-of-the-table Southport were delt another blow on as they lost out 1-0 to a last minute Weymouth goal at Haig Avenue. The goal came from the most unlikely of sources when Weymouth goalkeeper Jason Matthews scored from his own half with an audacious strike.

Gravesend & Northfleet were held to a goalless draw by Nigel Clough's Burton Albion at Stonebridge Road.

Tamworth moved out of the drop zone with a 1-0 win thanks to a Daryl Taylor goal early on against Halifax Town at the Lamb Ground.

Woking and Stafford Rangers played out a draw at Kingfield Road to ease the pressure on their respective fears of relegation.

York City lost ground on Oxford United as they were held to a goalless draw at home to struggling St Albans.

Exeter City bounced back from a defeat in midweek to record a narrow 1-0 victory over fellow promotion-chasers Morecambe at St. James Park thanks to a Richard Logan strike.

Relegation-threatened Crawley Town were somewhat fortunate to earn a share of the spoils with struggling Cambridge United. The Red Devils equaliser came courtesy of Marcus Richardson.

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League Tables
Conf North South
+ Dag & Red 81
Oxford United 69
York City 66
Morecambe 62
Exeter 61
Burton Albion 61
Stevenage 57
Gravesend 57
Weymouth 55
Kidderminster 52
Aldershot 50
R'den & Dmnds 46
Woking 45
Forest Green 44
Altrincham 44
Crawley Town* 43
N'wich Vic. 42
Stafford 42
Halifax 41
Tamworth 41
- Cambridge Utd 40
- Grays Ath 38
- St Albans 35
- Southport 33
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