Simon Church scored his second goal for Aberdeen in their 1-1 draw with St. Johnstone on Saturday.
Saturday’s result sees Church and co fall six points adrift of leaders Celtic, although they do remain 20 points clear in the UEFA Europa League qualification places. The Dons travel to bottom-of-the-table Dundee United on Wednesday evening.
Wyant’s Biggleswade United won 2-1 at home to Sun Sports while Palmiero and Hitchin Town lost 3-2 at Redditch United.
– were both unused substitutes for their respective sides. Dom Palmiero and Tom Wyant Elsewhere this weekend, the Dons’ two second-year scholars on work experience –
Chesham move on to 31 points courtesy of their draw in Devon and they are now nine clear of the drop zone. They are back in action on Tuesday as they face Histon at The Meadow.
Tshimanga was brought off the bench with 10 minutes remaining and almost presented his team with a chance to win the game after going down in the box but appeals for a penalty were turned down.
, whose Chesham United side played out a goalless stalemate with Bideford. Kabongo Tshimanga Also involved in a draw on the weekend was
The Tudors stretched their unbeaten run at home to five games with Saturday’s draw, but they remain 10 points off the play-off places. They take a break from league action on Tuesday, when they visit St. Albans in semi final of the Hertfordshire Charity Cup.
The young defender entered the National League South clash 11 minutes into the second half. Hemel led 1-0 thanks to Graeme Montgomery’s goal but Bath’s Dan Bowman struck in stoppage time to rescue a point for his side.
came off the bench for Hemel Hempstead Town as they drew 1-1 with Bath City. Harry Hickford
The Railwaymen opened the scoring but two second half goals from Barnsley condemned them to a defeat which leaves them six points adrift of safety in Sky Bet League 1. Next up for Hitchcock and co is a trip to Southend United this Tuesday evening.
Hitchcock went straight into the starting XI for the clash with Barnsley at Alexandra Stadium and played 70 minutes before being replaced by Charlie Kirk.
made his first appearance for Crewe Alexandra since re-joining them on loan last week. Tom Hitchcock Back in England,
The loss keeps Kilmarnock in the relegation play-off place, two points adrift of Hamilton Academical. They host Ross County at Rugby Park on Tuesday night.
Hodson has been ever-present for Killie since his arrival and he played the full 90 minutes again on Saturday but couldn’t prevent them slipping to a 1-0 defeat – Jamie Walker grabbed Hearts’ decisive goal after seven minutes, converting after his spot-kick was saved.
, whose Kilmarnock side took on Hearts of Midlothian. Lee HodsonAlso in Scottish Premiership action this weekend was