NON-LEAGUE Promotion play-offs centre stage tonight

Vanarama NL logoTonight Jerry Gill’s Bath City – who finished fifth in National League South – host Wealdstone at Twerton Park in a play-off eliminator with the winners going through to Sunday’s National League South play-off semi-finals.

Tonight’s winners will travel to Woking, runners-up to Gary Johnson's runaway National League South champions Torquay United, who finished 10 points clear following Saturday’s emphatic 4-0 victory at St Albans City.

southern leagueAfter 42 Southern League games Mark Molesley’s Weymouth pipped Taunton Town by a point to win Premier South and promotion to National League South.

Rob Dray’s Peacocks still have an opportunity to gain promotion.

As runners-up Taunton have home advantage in tonight’s Premier South play-off semi-final against Tommy Killick's Poole Town who finished fifth in the table following a 7-0 last day win at relegated Staines.

Fourth placed Met Police host fifth placed Salisbury, who finished a point behind the Met despite a 6-0 home defeat by Harrow Borough in Saturday’s final league game.

In the Division One South play-offs runners-up Cirencester - managed by Charlie Griffin - host Paul Michael's Cinderford Town while third placed Yate – pipped to second spot on goal difference – meet Moneyfields at Lodge Road.

Yate, the Bluebells, are managed by Paul Britton, Southampton's Moneyfields by Dave Carter. 

All play-off games tonight kick off at 1945.

• Lee Hobbs’ Plymouth Parkway top and tail a massive end-of-season week for non-League football in the region.

Devon St Luke’s Challenge Cup holders Parkway were beaten 2-1 by an Exeter City XI at Devon Football Association’s Coach Road headquarters on Monday.

Next Monday Western Premier Division runners-up Parkway meet Russell Gee's promoted champions Willand Rovers in the Les Phillips Cup final at Sherborne Town’s Raleigh Grove ground (1500).

The Western League final could not have been scripted any better as it pits the league’s two top sides against one another.

Willand – who are heading to Southern League 1 South – pipped Parkway to the Western Premier title by two points after 38 league games.

Now they will meet in the league’s showpiece cup final at Sherborne.

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