Wealdstone boss Stuart Maynard will not panic despite seeing his side suffer a third successive defeat in the National League.

Stones are set to welcome Ebbsfleet United to Grosvenor Vale on Saturday, after falling to a 2-1 loss at Hartlepool last weekend.

That reverse in the North East came after back-to-back losses against Aldershot and Dagenham & Redbridge over the late August Bank Holiday period.

But Maynard refused to be downbeat, telling the club website: "You've just got to take it game by game, you can't look too far ahead in this league.

"I heard people saying to us when we were going into Aldershot and the Dagenham game, there's potentially six points, but there's no easy games in this league.

"Positions at this stage of the season, you can't really judge them. You've got to judge each game as it comes."

A goal in each half from Tom Crawford and Manny Dieseruvwe had left Stones 2-0 down, but they hit back through substitute Tarryn Allarakhia, who swapped passes with Nathan Ferguson and fired in off a post from 20 yards.

Fellow sub Olufela Olomola had a late effort clawed away by Pete Jameson, while Charlei Barker skimmed the crossbar from 25 yards as Hartlepool hung onto the points.

"We've come to Hartlepool, a team that want to get promoted back to the Football League and I think we've made a real good account of ourselves," added Maynard.

"It's frustrating, because I think we deserved something but I don't think our performance levels are getting what we deserve at the minute.

"But that's football. As long as the performance levels keep being of a high standard, the results will change.

"You've got to do your research properly on each opposition like we do, me and Matty [Saunders], and then we've got to go into every game believing we can get something from it."

Saturday's game against Ebbsfleet has been designated as Wealdstone's #HerGameToo fixture.

The club announced Nicola Brown as their Her Game Too ambassador in April and the fixture marks the tireless work done behind the scenes to champion women at Wealdstone and act as a bridge between the club, its female supporters and the HGT community.

As part of the their first official HGT event, the club will offer free admission to all girls aged under-18, not just Wealdstone supporters but Ebbsfleet supporters as well.

Free tickets can be accessed online and Wealdstone are also inviting local girls' football clubs to come to the game with free tickets for all players and a special discount offer for their parents.

Email tickets@wealdstonefc.com for more details.