The Shots’ Saturday – Tuesday rotation saw them lose at Rochdale and then dramatically come from behind to win against Bromley, but how did some of the other Shots get on…
Bishop Stortford and Zain Walker also played on Saturday and Tuesday, with Walker making two cameos from the bench as Bishop Stortford were 3-1 winners over St Albans on Saturday and earned a point in a 2-2 draw against Banbury United on Tuesday night.
Both at Sholing Keane Anderson and George Milner-Smith were on the wrong end of a 4-0 scoreline against Tiverton on Saturday, but Keane Anderson provided a wonderful assist for Sholing’s only goal of the game in a 2-1 defeat to Chesham on Tuesday night.
Anderson was provider but Harry Hurst was scorer against Aylesbury Vale Dynamo, as his side Real Bedford were 5-2 winners, Hurst scoring the pick of the bunch in that one. Alex MacAlliser came off the bench for Cray Wanderers on Saturday, but his side were beaten 4-1 by Weston Super Mare.
Hartley Wintney and Ascot were set to face off this weekend in a game which would have seen Mason Obeng and Oliver Lahtinen-Kalsi come face to face, but unfortunately both sides were beaten by the weather – keep an eye out for the rearranged fixture, maybe one for Shots fans to attend if the first team aren’t playing that night!
Jasper Sheik featured on the bench for the Shots against Swindon, but his side Three Bridges were beaten 3-1 at the weekend. However, Sheik and Three Bridges bounced back in fine fashion on Tuesday night, as Three Bridges beat Sheppey United 6-0, with Sheik keeping a clean sheet.
Former Hartley Wintney loanee Ashley Akpan started for Gosport away to Chesham, but his side were defeated 2-0. AFC Crodyon were in action against Epsom & Ewell on Saturday, and Adam Ahmed played the full 90 as his side won 4-2.
Harry McKenna was set to feautre for Northwood on Saturday, but the game was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.