Fleet 2-2 Notts County

It’s doubtful whether the home faithful have greeted a point with such an outpouring of relief and joy but Fleet came from behind twice and scored twice for the first time this season to move off zero points. And it was the least Garry Hill’s men deserved in a pulsating, blisteringly hot second half that…

Wealdstone 2-4 Fleet

Fleet banged four goals past Wealdstone for the second time this season to complete a first double in 2016/17 but the home side pushed them all the way with the result still in the balance until Sam Deering’s late strike confirmed the three points. A goal in time added on would usually have been the talking…

Fleet 2-2 Hemel Hempstead Town

Ebbsfleet saw three points go begging as, despite a late Sean Shields strike that looked to have won it, Hemel’s quickfire response levelled matters to peg Fleet back for the third time in three games. The visitors could even have won it in time added on but for a Nathan Ashmore save after manager Daryl…

Eastbourne Borough 1-2 Fleet

Fleet’s unbeaten record against Eastbourne Borough continued in dreadful weather conditions this afternoon, but more importantly they picked up a hard-earned three points to consolidate top spot in the Vanarama National League South. Daryl McMahon made one change to the starting lineup, with Jordan Parkes returning in midfield and Danny Haynes dropping to the bench…