The Coasters defeat to local rivals Chorley on Saturday meant Barrow reclaimed top spot after coming from behind to win 3-1 at home to Brackley Town. Brackley took the lead through an Eric Odhiambo volley from 15 yards but Jason Walker quickly equalised from the penalty spot. Goals from Haworth and Cook sealed the win for the Bluebirds to put them a point clear at the top.


Hednesford Town continued their solid run of late with a comfortable 3-0 win at Colwyn Bay. It took until the 68th minute for the Pitmen to break the deadlock when Paul McCone struck and he doubled their lead 5 minutes later. Richard Batchelor sealed the win for Hednesford who move up to fourth place despite having a man sent off shortly after half time.


Worcester City suffered a comprehensive 3-0 defeat at North Ferriby United who leapfrog their opponents. The Villagers took the lead when Jason St Juste’s cross was headed downward into the far corner of goal by by Tom Denton. Denton turned provider for the second when his flick on was volleyed home by Danny Clarke on the hour mark and a Danny Hone header after 77 minutes sealed the three points to move Ferriby up to 8th place whilst Worcester languish in 12th after being in the play-off hunt following a good run in December.


Elsewhere in the division Tamworth’s long unbeaten run came to an end after Adi Yussuf’s goals claimed victory for Oxford City, Leamington grabbed a late winner at home to Solihull Moors, Gloucester City won 2-0 at home to Lowestoft Town and Boston United and Stockport County shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw.


Gainsborough Trinity vs Harrogate Town, Guiseley vs Hyde and Stalybridge Celtic vs Bradford Park Avenue were all postponed.