Goalkeeper Fred Burbidge made his third appearance for Dunstable Town, in a narrow 1-0 loss to Bromsgrove.

Burbidge was the hero just before the half-hour mark, producing an excellent acrobatic save to keep the match level.

However, he was unable to prevent his side from succumbing to a loss, with Bromsgrove netting a well worked and well taken goal.

Alex Radu made his debut for Welwyn Garden City, following manager Adam Fisher’s comments on his calibre and potential, upon signing.

The young defender had to wait for the final 18 minutes of their 3-1 loss to Aylesbury United to make his debut and enter the field.

Radu didn’t disappoint and made a steady start for his new loan side and will be looking forward to further first team minutes in the coming weeks.


Alex Morgan and Jack Gibbs were both called up to the Wood first team for the match against Hartlepool United and as such, missed their games for Northwood.

Prior to the game against Hartlepool United, Morgan had enjoyed a lively debut for Northwood, who he had joined with Gibbs on loan in the Bostik League South Central.

The young forward featured for 67 minutes in a 2-2 draw with Ware, where he partnered James Ewington up-front.

It was his strike partner who created his first chance of the match. Ewington set up Zaied Sabti, and his shot was deflected into the path of Morgan, but a Ware defender made a match-saving block off the line, to deny him.

It was later during the game that the young striker showed his vast potential, as a swift turn of pace saw him storm through the Ware backline, but somehow Anthony Page pushed his shot over the crossbar.

Defender Gibbs had also been called up to the Wood first team for the game against Harrogate Town and his last involvement was against Molesey, in a stunning 6-1 victory.

Gibbs slotted in at centre-back, in place of Sam Tring, while Sam Jenkins moved to right-back.

The young defender put in a solid defensive shift, although his side were primarily on the front-foot, in the emphatic six-goal win.

Striker Bradley Ash was absent for Weston-super-Mare’s match against Coggeshall Town due to it being an FA Cup tie.

He had played in the match prior though and impressed once again as he continued his return from a long-term injury.

His best chance came when taking down a superb through ball from Jake Lee, although Dartford goalkeeper Deren Ibrahim done well to keep out his effort, in a 2-1 loss.


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