AFC Fylde continued their fantastic start to the season with a 4-0 home win over Worcester City on Saturday. Now here’s a look at how the other teams in the division got on.

Barrow scored a late equaliser at North Ferriby to send Fylde clear at the top. The Bluebirds are now two points behind the Coasters but still have a game in hand. North Ferriby sit 8th with 15 points and will be looking to break into the top 5 with a win in their next game.

Chorley  are still breathing down the neck of the top two after a comfortable 2-0 win at home to Hednesford Town. Goals from Mark Ross and former Coasters forward James Dean secured the win for The Magpies who now draw level on points with Barrow in second place. Hednesford are in 15th but are well clear of the drop zone.

Guiseley thrashed Oxford City 4-0 at Nethermoor thanks to a brace of own goals and a brace from striker Adam Boyes. Boyes scored twice in 5 minutes and a Stonehouse own goal gave the Yorkshire side a 2-0 half time lead. Alejandro Santiago put the ball into his own net to round off a terrific day for Guiseley and a miserable day for Oxford.

Stockport struck late to earn a point away at Solihull Moors to stay in the top six.  County took the lead just after half time but surrendered their lead and found themselves 2-1 down before new loan signing Lee Stevenson scored to secure a vital away point for The Hatters.

Boston ended their recent run of poor form with a home win over Gloucester City. Early goals in either half did the damage infront of an expentant home crowd at York Street. Gloucester’s poor run of form now sees them level with Brackley who occupy the last relegation place.

Two goals in the last 25 minutes saw Gainsborough Trinity earn a win at home to Stalybridge Celtic. The visitors struck early through Liam Dickinson but second half goals from Beesley and Stamp turned the game on its head and earned Gainsborough three points to move them into the top ten.

Colwyn Bay and Tamworth shared the spoils at the Lamb Ground in a 1-1 draw. Robert Hopley put the visitors infront before Leon Mettam’s equaliser eight minutes later. The two sides couldn’t find a winner and this result does neither side much good.

Harrogate scored two late goals to win at Leamington 3-1. Hassam had put Harrogate infront before Batchelor’s equaliser just before half time. Late goals from Nelthorpe and McGurk provided a much sought after win for the North Yorkshire side which eases their relegation fears.

Bradford Park Avenue prepared for their game with Fylde on Saturday with a dull 0-0 draw at home to struggling Brackley Town.

Hyde secured their first win of the season with a thumping 5-1 win at home to Lowestoft Town. A brace from Brizzell and goals from Almond,Blakeman and Bentham sealed a much overdue win for the Tigers which brings them in touch with the rest of the division.