Brennan Camp opened his goal account for Eastleigh and claimed the bragging rights over his Cherries team-mate Ryan Glover in their 2-0 win against Aldershot Town.
Camp and Glover lined up on opposite sides in an eventful National League clash at the EBB Stadium which saw the Shots lose two goalkeepers to injury.
Ethan Ross received treatment on the pitch for 23 minutes after colliding with team-mate Giles Phillips as he tried to claim Jake Hesketh’s free kick which led to Camp scoring.
The defender marked his seventh appearance for the Spitfires by scoring his second career goal after the ball had fallen to him, Camp finishing with aplomb with his left foot.
Ross, who was attended to by paramedics, was eventually replaced by Mitch Walker, with Eastleigh doubling their lead through Tyrone Barnett in the eighth of 23 minutes of first-half stoppage time.
Aldershot’s woes were compounded when Walker succumbed to injury in the 59th minute, leaving striker Mo Bettamer to take over between the sticks.
Glover made his 27th appearance for the Shots, with defeat leaving Mark Molesley’s team six points above the drop zone with a game in hand on 21st-placed King’s Lynn Town.
Connor Kurran-Browne made his eighth substitute appearance for King’s Lynn Town in their 1-1 draw with relegated Dover Athletic at the Crabble.
Kurran-Browne replaced Brett McGavin at the interval as Linnets boss Tommy Widdrington made an attack change in a bid to cancel out Koby Arthur’s first-half opener.
And the 20-year-old frontman set up a presentable chance for Josh Barrett to equalise, the striker firing narrowly wide.
Barrett levelled midway through the second half but the Linnets had to settle for a point despite having the better of the chances late on.
Zeno Ibsen Rossi was an unused substitute for Dundee during their 2-2 draw with fellow strugglers Aberdeen at Dens Park.
Jordan McGhee and Danny Mullen were both on target for the Dark Blues who remain six points adrift at the foot of the table.
Sam Sherring made a late substitute appearance as Cambridge United dented Ipswich Town’s promotion bid after triumphing 1-0 at Portman Road.
Sherring, who started for previous loan club Accrington in their 2-1 win against Ipswich in October, replaced James Brophy four minutes into added time.
Dominic Thompson’s own goal after 56 minutes condemned the Tractor Boys to a first defeat in 12 games.
Christian Saydee made his 12th appearance for Burton Albion in their 3-0 defeat by Morecambe at the Mazuma Stadium.
The 19-year-old striker was handed his fifth start by the Brewers and was replaced by Harry Chapman as they trailed 3-0 in the 57th minute.
Morecambe netted quickfire goals through Arthur Gnahoua, Adam Phillips and Cole Stockton either side of half-time to give boss Derek Adams his first win since returning to the club.
Burton were reduced to ten men when defender Conor Shaughnessy received a straight red card for a foul on Dylan Connolly two minutes before the break.
Luke Nippard was an unused substitute during Eastbourne Borough’s 2-0 win over Concord Rangers at Priory Lane.
Second-half goals from Charlie Walker and Charley Kendall ensured the Sports would maintain their promotion challenge.
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Owen Bevan and Matt Burgess both started as Truro City registered a 1-0 win against Swindon Supermarine at the Webbswood Stadium.
Niall Thompson netted the only goal in the first half as Bevan and Burgess played their part in the White Tigers keeping a clean sheet.
Aaron Roberts and Owen Palmer both started for Wimborne Town in their 1-0 defeat by Dorchester Town at New Cuthbury.
Olaf Koszela netted the only goal in the 37th minute with Palmer replaced by Jack Torniainen 11 minutes into the second half. Jack Wadham was an unused substitute for Dorchester.
Marcus Daws started and Noa Boutin came off the bench in Poole Town’s 2-0 defeat by promotion hopefuls Yate Town at the Black Gold Stadium.
Boutin replaced Harry Hutchinson in the 55th minute as the Dolphins trailed to Ricardo Rees’s 11th-minute opener. Olly Mehew doubled their lead in the second half.
Brennan Camp picture courtesy of Tom Mulholland.
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