AFC Fylde’s ascent to the top of the table was aided by local rivals Chorley losing at Worcester City. The Magpies went down 2-0 at Aggborough to send Fylde top and also elevated Worcester into the top half of the table.

Former leaders Guiseley were denied an away win at Hednesford after a 90th minute equaliser from Marvin Robinson. The Yorkshire side now sit 4th, four points behind Fylde. Hednesford are still stuck in mid table after a tremendous season in 2013-14.

Oxford City’s recent good form continued with a 2-0 win at home to Gainsborough Trinity, Yussuf and Rodriguez doing the damage for the City who climb to 5th after a poor start, Gainsborough lie 15th but are comfortably ahead of the bottom two.

North Ferriby and Colwyn Bay played out a 0-0 draw in North Wales. North Ferriby led the division for a few weeks before dropping vital points recently and now occupy 6th place whilst Colwyn have picked themselves up after a terrible start to the season and now sit 12th on 12 points.

Boston United’s early form has deserted them recently and The Pilgrims are now 7th after a 3-2 away defeat at Stockport County. Two quickfire goals from Kristian Dennis either side of half time was ultimately the difference between the two sides and this result lifts County up to 8th place, just one point and one place behind Boston.

Barrow moved level with The Coasters at the top of the Vanarama Conference North after a comeback win against Leamington at Holker Street. Newton opened the scoring for the visitors before Pilkington’s equaliser and a penalty from Jason Walker won the game for Barrow. Leamington are now in 10th place after their narrow defeat.

Lowestoft edged out Bradford Park Avenue to climb up to 11th place. Two goals from Chris Henderson helped The Trawler Boys consolidate their mid table status and condemn BPA to a second successive away defeat.

Tamworth are now in big trouble having only won once all season and a 3-1 defeat at Stalybridge only added to their problems. Celtic were far too tough and strong for their opponents and in the end it was a comfortable win which lifts them to a relatively stable 14th place whilst Tamworth are now looking over their shoulders at Brackley who occupy the last relegation place.

And Brackley closed the gap to the rest of the division courtesy of Ryan Rowe’s penalty which gave them a priceless win over basement club Hyde. Brackley now sit just one point behind Tamworth whilst Hyde are looking in trouble already having picked up only two points from a possible 27 so far.

Finally, Solihull Moors thrashed fellow strugglers Harrogate Town 4-0 at Wetherby Road. Solihull led 3-0 at half time thanks to goals from Knights,Byfield and Beswick before Omar Bogle added a fourth after the break to lift Solihull above their opponents and into 16th place. Harrogate meanwhile lie just above the drop zone in 18th.