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Tyson Fury wasn’t the only heavyweight landing knockout blows in his title fight with Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas before The Non-League Paper started hitting newsstands today.

Chesterfield’s very own Tyson – Nathan – climbed off the bench against relegation rivals Ebbsfleet United to land a hat-trick of blows as one of the National League’s big-hitters fights to avoid being knocked out of Non-League’s top flight.

The 4-0 win capped a great week for John Pemberton, already on the pages of Sunday’s paper giving his reaction to being handed the hot-seat on a permanent basis before guiding the Spireites to within a point of safety.

Leaders Barrow dropped points in BT Sport’s live Saturday night game at Sutton United and Harrogate Town won to close the gap at the top as an action-packed – and storm-free Saturday – is covered with exclusive pictures and reports from all three divisions of the National League.

The BetVictor-sponsored Isthmian League, Southern League and Northern Premier League are covered with their own exclusive pictures and reports too. Elsewhere in this week’s NLP, the Midlands Football League is in the spotlight as the clubs and fans at Steps 5, 6 and 7 of football’s pyramid get their own pages of dedicated coverage too.

As always, The NLP’s news pages are the only place to get the big picture and top stories from across Non-League over the last seven days in one place and here’s what features in NLP #1039

  • FA VASE: We speak to all eight clubs ahead of next weekend’s big quarter-final ties
  • FIXTURE CHAOS: Ciara and Dennis are not the only storms that Mark Molesley has had to weather this last fortnight – the National League South fixture schedule has also threatened to blow his promotion hopes off course
  • HILL: Garry Hill says he has no choice but to defend himself against the statement made by Chelmsford City chairman Steve Shore this week
  • UNDERDOGS: Steve Castle has become so used to his players revelling in the underdogs tag, it’s almost like he doesn’t know anything else
  • THRU THE LENS: Top Non-League photographer David Bauckham visits Aveley
  • FA TROPHY AT 50: Mark Stillman looks back on the five decades of the FA Trophy. In Part 2 of our series, we take a trip to the 1980s when Non-League’s premier cup competition was gaining momentum
  • THE GREAT ESCAPE: John Pemberton says nothing changes for Chesterfield now that he has the manager’s job until the end of the season – operation survival goes on

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