Along with the National League playoff semi final, which saw Salford knock out Eastleigh on penalties, there was also semi finals that needed sorting in the National League North and South.
In the North division, Spennymoor Town sealed their place in the league’s final but it had to go to penalties to knock out Brackley Town after it was 0-0 after 90 minutes and extra time.
They won 5-4 in the shootout and if they win the final, they will be in the fifth tier of English football for the first time ever in the club’s history.
FULL TIME | We’ve got…Jason Ainsley! Scenes! What a club. What a set of lads! Amazing stuff ⚫️⚪️ pic.twitter.com/x7QzDbLsLM
— Spennymoor Town FC (@SpennymoorTown) May 5, 2019
They will take on Chorley after they also had to go to penalties after it was 1-1 after 90 minutes and extra time.
The Magpies ended up beating and knocking out Altrincham 3-1 and are also a step closer to reaching the National League for the first time in their history.
— Chorley Football Club (@chorleyfc) May 5, 2019
Over in the National League South now and we have to start on Woking who miraculously came back from 2-0 down in the 75th minute to beat Wealdstone 3-2.
Check out the final whistle scenes below…
Watch the scenes following the final whistle at the Laithwaite Community Stadium this afternoon. Woking will take on @wellingunited in the National League South Playoff Final next Sunday, 12th May. pic.twitter.com/7RMI6z45QU
— Woking Football Club (@wokingfc) May 5, 2019
It was also a dramatic game at Welling United, they were 2-0 up against Chelmsford City after 33 minutes, before City got one back before half time, then another in the 83rd minute.
However, the hosts crushed Chelmsford’s hopes of advancing when Welling receive and scored a penalty within the three minutes of added on time.
3-2 to Welling!
Last minute! pic.twitter.com/RfylLP1XBU
— Dean (@NKentNonLeague) May 5, 2019
THE PLAYOFF FINAL LINEUPS:
National League North – WOKING v WELLING UNITED (Sun 12th May, 3pm kick off)
National League South – CHORLEY v SPENNYMOOR TOWN (Sun 12th May, 3pm kick off)
Tweets of congratulations and videos by fans within the non league community was sent to the winning clubs – check out what was said on the next page.
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