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Wealdstone ended the 2017/18 season with a win after beating Whitehawk in Brighton thanks to Ricky Wellard’s header.

Wealdstone cemented 11th place in the National League South after a draw with Oxford City at Grosvenor Vale in their penultimate game of the 2017/18 season on Thursday.

Wealdstone and Chippenham Town played out a scintillating 4-4 draw at Grosvenor Vale in a game that had three red cards, one hat-trick and eight goals, two of them being overhead kicks.

Chelmsford City kept their slim title hopes alive after comfortably beating Wealdstone at the Melbourne Stadium on Monday night.

Goals from Steve Devlin and Warren Bentley saw relegation battlers Poole Town mount a second-half comeback after Ryan Sellers gave Wealdstone a first-half lead at the BlackGold Stadium.

FA Trophy: Wealdstone 0 Brackley Town 2

A battling performance by Stones was very much a case of the good, the bad and the ugly on a pudding of a pitch at the Ironmongery Direct Stadium on Saturday.

Wealdstone produced a dramatic second-half turnaround to take the points at Treyew Road on Saturday.

Stones produced a highly disciplined defensive and counter attacking performance, with new signings and debutants Marcus Johnson-Schuster and Ian Gayle putting in great shifts and keeper Jon North making some outstanding stops.

Wealdstone ended Hereford’s 52-match unbeaten run on the road as Ricky Wellard’s 26th-minute header proved decisive in this tie, which also saw Dara O’Shea sent off for the visitors.

Wealdstone battled to a hard-earned draw at Middlesex rivals Hampton & Richmond Borough on Boxing Day at The Beveree.

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