Grimsby beat Dover Athletic 6-0 on Saturday afternoon to take his place at the top of the table, with Hunt playing his eighth game of the season with still 90 minutes under his belt while on loan at Cleethorpes.

Elsewhere, Cameron Dawson and Exeter City kept their play-off aspirations alive with a 2-2 draw against Walsall – his side missed a penalty in the game and were unable to find that winning touch. They have, however, extended their unbeaten run to six games.

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Meanwhile, three other young owls were in action for the FA Cup as they looked to reach the final qualifying round of the tournament proper, and two of them succeeded by reserving their places in the fourth round with wins. Saturday.

Luke Jackson played the full 90 minutes and kept a clean sheet for Guiseley as they beat Blyth Spartans with a 1-0 victory, while Charles Hagan came on in the second half to help Hampton and Richmond Borough beat Wimborne Town 3-1.

Unfortunately, there was no such joy for Ryan Galvin and Gloucester City, who were beaten 1-0 by Folkestone Invicta. He still got another 90 minutes in the tank.

Finally, Liam Waldock and Gainsborough Trinity moved up to 12th place in the PitchingIn Northern Premier League table with a 2-0 victory over Lancaster City, the loaned Owls playing the full game in his last appearance for Trinity.

Charles Hagan’s Hampton & Richmond Borough are in the next round of the FA Cup qualifiers. (via

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