Forward David Fisher completed 65 minutes on his return from injury for Hampton & Richmond Borough at the weekend.
The striker started the 1-0 defeat at home to Hemel Hempstead Town in National League South, as he successfully stepped up his recovery from a Grade 2 hamstring strain, before he was substituted just after the hour mark. Having taken another step closer to full fitness, “Dav” (pictured) is hoping to be involved again tomorrow night against Braintree Town.
There was a better outcome for defender Jack Currie, who completed Eastbourne Borough’s 2-0 away win at Welling United in the same division. The Sussex side occupy ninth place in the table, just ahead of Hampton & Richmond.
Corie Andrews helped Aldershot Town extend their unbeaten run to four matches, as he was involved in the build-up to both of their first-half goals against Altrincham. It finished two-all at the EBB Stadium in the National League. Fellow forward Aaron Cosgrave played the full game for Dover Athletic, who were narrowly beaten 1-0 by high-flying Wrexham at The Crabble.
Midfielder Alfie Bendle played for 85 minutes, in Corinthian-Casuals one-all draw at home to Wingate & Finchley in the Isthmian Premier, while winger Dylan Adjei-Hersey was a part of the Merstham team beaten 3-1 at home by Horsham.