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The Non-League Paper’s National League Team of the Day

It was another thrilling weekend in the National League, with Dover keeping their spot at the top of the division with an impressive 2-0 win over Eastleigh.
Macclesfield kept pace with the leaders as they won away at struggling Barrow, while mid-table Tranmere issued a warning to their fellow promotion hopefuls with a brilliant 2-0 against Dagenham & Redbridge.
We’ve had a go at picking our best performers from Saturday’s games – tell us what you think at The @NonLeaguePaper

Jonny Maxted

Goalkeeper – Guiseley
The shot-stopper saved two penalties to keep Bromley at bay, until right at the death.

Fraser Kerr

Defender – Gateshead
A brave goal-line clearances capped a solid performance for revitalised Gateshead, who are now unbeaten in three games.

Alex Wynter

Defender – Maidstone United
The England C man was in fine form as he shut out Torquay and helped the Stones roll on.

Tyrone Sterling

Defender – Bromley
A rock at the back for the Ravens, rewarded by a last-minute winner.

Elliott Durrell

Midfielder – Macclesfield
Capped a fine performance with a quite stunning goal as the Silkmen kept pace with league leaders Dover.

Jay Harris

Midfielder – Tranmere Rovers
On as an early sub, he was an inspiration for a Tranmere side who made a real statement with their win over Dagenham & Redbridge.

Nortei Nortey

Midfielder – Dover Athletic
An energetic display in the heart of Dover’s midfield, as the Seagulls continued their excellent run of form.

Tom Bolarinwa

Midfielder – Sutton United
Tremendous second debut for the returning Grimsby loanee, who was too good for Solihull on Saturday.

Fabien Robert

Attacking midfielder – Aldershot Town
The on-loan playmaker was a threat throughout as Aldershot edged past AFC Fylde to maintain their place in the play-offs.

Luke Hannant

Attacking midfielder – Gateshead
Two goals from the dangerous left winger helped inspire the Heed at Maidenhead.

Luke Coulson

Midfield/Forward – Ebbsfleet United
The former Eastleigh man was the pick of the bunch as a lively no. 10 to help clinical Ebbsfleet heap more woe on Leyton Orient.

Top boss: Steve Watson


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