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…
Goalkeeper – Guiseley
The shot-stopper saved two penalties to keep Bromley at bay, until right at the death.
Defender – Gateshead
A brave goal-line clearances capped a solid performance for revitalised Gateshead, who are now unbeaten in three games.
Defender – Maidstone United
The England C man was in fine form as he shut out Torquay and helped the Stones roll on.
Defender – Bromley
A rock at the back for the Ravens, rewarded by a last-minute winner.
Midfielder – Macclesfield
Capped a fine performance with a quite stunning goal as the Silkmen kept pace with league leaders Dover.
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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.
Midfielder – Dover Athletic
An energetic display in the heart of Dover’s midfield, as the Seagulls continued their excellent run of form.
Midfielder – Sutton United
Tremendous second debut for the returning Grimsby loanee, who was too good for Solihull on Saturday.
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.
Attacking midfielder – Gateshead
Two goals from the dangerous left winger helped inspire the Heed at Maidenhead.
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