THE fates of two Vanarama National League clubs were decided this weekend, with one club heading to the English Football League, and one dropping back into the Vanarama National League South. 

Both Chesterfield and Oxford City know which division they will be featuring in next season, with the Spireites gaining promotion back into the English Football League after six years in the National League.

Chesterfield required one point, with Barnet defeating Dorking Wanderers 6-0, with Paul Cook's side securing a comfortable 3-0 victory over a struggling Boreham Wood side thanks to a brace from Jamie Grimes and a 46th minute strike from Liam Mandeville. 

The Spireites will now play in Sky Bet League Two next season, but will first travel to York City's LNER Community Stadium on Friday, 29 March (3pm).

Heading the other way will be Oxford, whose relegation was confirmed after a 2-1 defeat to AFC Fylde. 

Josh Parker had put City ahead in the 15th minute, before second-half strikes from Joe Westley and Nick Haughton handed Fylde the three points.

Oxford are currently on 29 points after 41 games, and would only be able to reach 44 points, one less than Maidenhead United currently in 20th position.

Ross Jenkins' cause wasn't helped by the Minstermen this campaign, with York completing the double with a 2-0 and 2-1 victory earlier in the campaign.