Harry Crawford, Jamal Lowe and Jack Saville all featured this weekend for Dartford, Boreham Wood and Ebbsfleet United respectively.
Crawford and Dartford were looking to overturn a 3-0 defeat from the first leg of their FA Trophy semi-final tie versus Grimsby Town but it was not to be as the second-leg ended goalless.
The forward was involved in both of the Darts’ best chances; With 25 minutes played Crawford’s cross-shot flew across the box and was met by Elliot Bradbrook who saw his effort blocked by Shaun Pearson five-yards out.
Then Ten minutes into the second-half the forward almost gave the Darts hope but his shot was deflected inches wide and Grimsby held on to reach Wembley.
Lowe, 18, came on as a 74th minute substitute in Boreham Wood’s 1-1 draw with Dover Athletic.
The away side took the lead when Moses Ademola showed a great turn of pace to leave Ben Nunn standing before a delivering a cross that evaded everyone until reaching Barry Cogan who blasted the ball into the empty net.
It took Wood just five minutes to equalise and they did so through Michael Thalassitis who burst into the box before cutting back and curling a shot into the net via keeper Mitch Walker.
Saville played the full 90 minutes for Ebbsfleet United as they secured their first win over Hereford United in eleven-years.
Josh Scott got the only goal with the outside of his boot after 37 minutes as the Fleet moved off the foot of the Blue Square Bet Premier.