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The NLP’s combined National League North and South Team of the Day

Darlington eased relegation worries with an impressive win over National League North play-off hopefuls Blyth Spartans.

Darlo put three unanswered goals past Alun Armstrong’s side to move three points clear of the drop zone.

Nuneaton Town also claimed a confidence boosting win over FC United of Manchester.

In the National League South, St Albans City thrashed leaders Dartford 4-0 in an ever-changing title race while Hampton and Richmond‘s 21-game unbeaten league run came to an end at Bath City.

 

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Jake Jessup

Goalkeeper – Chelmsford City

Kept Chippenham at bay to help the Clarets to a first win since December 23

 

Kieran Thomas

Defender – Gloucester City

Played his part at both ends as the Tigers twice pegged back Poole

 

Rhys Sharpe

Defender – Tamworth

Frustrated the potent York attack all afternoon as the Lambs earned a point

 

Frankie Artus

Defender – Bath City

A goal at one end and rock solid at the other – Hampton had no answer

 

Marc Okoye

Defender – Braintree Town

Constant threat down the left in both boxes in the south’s big clash

 

Rhys Murrell-Williamson

Midfielder – St Albans City

Scored and pulled all the strings for the Saints as they downed Dartford

 

Tom Elliott

Midfielder – Nuneaton Town

Proved the difference with a tireless display as Boro saw off FC?United

 

Stephen Thompson

Midfielder – Darlington

His spot-kick kickstarted rejuvenated Darlo and then orchestrated a big win

 

Femi Akinwande

Midfielder – Concord Rangers

Scored a screamer and was a livewire on the flanks as Concord edged past Oxford City

 

Gavin McCallum

Forward – Eastbourne Borough

Scored two goals to help Eastbourne impressively cruise past Hungerford

 

Ky Marsh-Brown

Forward – Whitehawk

Hat-trick hero as Hawks kept their faint survival hopes alive

 

Top boss: Jerry Gill – Bath City

 

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