Non-league round-up: Ten man Boro stay top

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Eastbourne Borough retained top spot in Conference south after drawing 0-0 at Maidenhead despite playing for 82 minutes with ten men.

Marvin Hamilton was sent off for conceding an eighth-minute penalty.

But Lewis Carey saved the spot-kick and Borough went on to enjoy the better chances.

Whitehawk moved into the play-off places despite conceding a last-minute goal to draw 1-1 at home to Farnborough. Lee Hills put Hawks ahead just before half-time in a game they dominated.

Lewes slipped to second bottom in Ryman premier after losing 2-1 at Hampton and Richmond who finished with ten men. Ollie Rowe scored for the Rooks.

In the FA Cup, Lee Harding got the only goal as Burgess Hill beat Eastbourne Town 1-0, while Hastings came back from two goals down to beat Eastbourne United 3-2 with Dave Cook grabbing the winner.

Jamie Cade’s penalty earned Horsham a 1-0 win at home to Corinthian-Casuals while Trevor McCreadie grabbed a brace in Worthing’s 2-0 victory at home to Guernsey.

East Grinstead must replay after being held to a 2-2 draw at home to Raynes Park Vale. Steve Sargent and Sam Schaaf twice put the Wasps ahead.

Three Bridges drew 0-0 away to a Tooting and Mitcham side they had lost 4-0 to the previous week.

Joe Shelley scored twice as East Preston beat Holmesdale 2-1, Tom Tolfrey also grabbed a brace as Dorking Wanderers won 3-0 at Sittingbourne but Ringmer lost 4-0 at home to Merstham.

Horsham YMCA drew 0-0 at Redhill and will replay on Wednesday.

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