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Aldershot Town 2-0 Sutton United

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Aldershot overcame Sutton 2-0 to stay in the Vanarama National League play-off hunt.

Kieron Cadogan and Adam Coombes both threatened as Sutton made a decent start, but their hard work was undone in cruel fashion just before the break.

Shamir Fenelon and the in-demand Idris Kanu created havoc with a searing counter-attack for the Shots, before Nicky Bailey's attempted clearance went in for an own goal off goalkeeper Will Puddy after 42 minutes.

Bernard Mensah made sure of the win in stoppage time, lashing...

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Sutton United sign goalkeeper Will Puddy after Wayne Shaw exit

Wayne Shaw steals the show in the FA Cup, Conan O'Brien joins Gio dos Santos and more in The Sweeper.
Dan Le Batard comments on Wayne Shaw's pie-eating during Sutton's FA Cup match against Arsenal.

Sutton United have signed Will Puddy on loan after they were left without a goalkeeper following the resignation of deputy Wayne Shaw last week.

Starting keeper Ross Worner went off injured during their National League game at Torquay on Saturday, after the 45-year-old Shaw, who would have taken his place, resigned earlier in the week in the wake of the Football Association and Gambling Commission's investigations into a potential breach of betting rules.

Shaw, the "roly-poly goalie"...

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Short on keepers after Wayne Shaw's exit, Sutton win with defender in goal

Wayne Shaw steals the show in the FA Cup, Conan O'Brien joins Gio dos Santos and more in The Sweeper.
Dan Le Batard comments on Wayne Shaw's pie-eating during Sutton's FA Cup match against Arsenal.

Sutton United were forced to field an outfield player in goal after goalkeeper Ross Worner went off injured during their National League game at Torquay on Saturday.

Usually, Wayne Shaw would have been on hand to deputise between the sticks, but the 45-year-old resigned earlier in the week after the Football Association and Gambling Commission launched an investigation into a potential breach of betting rules after he ate a pie on the bench during the FA Cup tie against Arsenal.

Woking 0-3 Tranmere Rovers

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BEN TOLLITT BRACE STEERS TRANMERE TO VICTORY AT WOKING

A brilliant brace from Ben Tollitt helped Tranmere back to winning ways and moved them up to third in the Vanarama National League after a 3-0 win at Woking.

Rovers had lost their last two league matches and could have gone behind when Woking forward Gozie Ugwu had two great chances in the first half, but he was denied by visiting goalkeeper Scott Davies on both occasions.

Andy Cook was also close to getting...

Dover 2-2 York City

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Bottom club York twice came from behind to earn a 2-2 draw at Vanarama National League play-off hopefuls Dover.

Defender Jamie Grimes fired in via a post to put fifth-placed Dover ahead in the sixth minute, but Jon Parkin lashed home his first Minstermen goal following Simon Lappin's corner to level before the break.

Striker Parkin, on loan from Newport, rattled an upright from a tight angle early in the second period, before Ricky Miller restored the hosts' lead from the penalty spot after he was...