Mark Smith helps Hampton & Richmond to victory over League leadersMark Smith kept his second clean sheet in four games as Hampton & Richmond upset the league leaders Margate 2-0 at The Beveree on Saturday.
The Beavers, who had won only once in their last four league games, took the lead just before half-time through Charlie Moone.
Mark, making his fifth appearance for the Ryman Premier side since joining on loan last month, made a number of fine saves in the second-half to keep Margate at bay before Nicholas Bignall settled things late on.
The result lifts Hampton up to 14th in the table ten points off the play-off places and ten points above the relegation zone.
Will Grigg played the final 20 minutes as MK Dons recorded a 1-0 win at home to Port Vale to move up to fourth in Sky Bet League One.
Carl Baker was the match winner for The Dons, scoring after three minutes, as Karl Robinson's side recorded their third straight win in all competitions.
Saturday's appearance was Will's 18th for MK where he is on a season-long loan, scoring six goals.
Charlie and his teammates were back in action less than 48 hours after exiting the FA Cup and slipped to a first league defeat in four games at Sixfields.
Marc Richards scored the only goal of the game as Charlie played the 90 minutes for Graham Westley's side.
Saturday was Charlie's eighth appearance for Boro having joined on loan last month.
Emmanuel Oyeleke played just over an hour as Aldershot fell to only their second defeat in nine games in all competitions after a 2-0 defeat at home to high-flying Eastleigh.
Craig McCallister and Stuart Fleetwood scored for the visitors against the run of play to secure the win for Eastleigh and leave Aldershot Town 14th in the Vanarama Conference.
Alfie Mawson's 100% appearance record at Wycombe Wanderers fell on Saturday as he failed to recover from the injury sustained in their 3-1 defeat to Burton Albion on Monday.
Wycombe put that defeat behind them to win 4-1 away at Cheltenham, thanks to goals from Paris Cowan-Hall, Steven Craig, Joe Jacobson and Matt McClure, and move back to the top of the Sky Bet League Two.