AFC Fylde moved up to second place after Tuesday’s 2-1 win over Bradford Park Avenue, but there were some interesting games elsewhere in the division, the most thrilling coming at York Street.

Boston United were flying high in second place before their home game with Oxford City. Oxford had just been thrashed 8-1 by the Coasters on Saturday and were clearly out to prove themselves, as they stunned the home side with an incredible 7-2 victory.

Chorley went top of the table after a narrow 1-0 win at home to North Ferriby. The result means that the two promoted sides from last year now lead the table after only eight games.

In an all-midlands clash Gainsborough and Tamworth shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw. Tamworth’s Shane Clarke converted a penalty with just four minutes to snatch a point for The Lambs.

Guiseley were held to a 1-1 draw at home to a rejuvenated Colwyn Bay. Colwyn have been in great form after their heavy defeat to the Coasters and were impressive again as they came away with a very good point at Nethermoor.

Harrogate Town earned only their second win this season, beating Stalybridge Celtic 1-0. James Walshaw scored the only goal of the game after 21 minutes to move Harrogate up to 16th in the table.

Hyde’s poor start to the season continued with a 1-0 defeat at home to Hednesford Town. Jamey Osborne struck on the brink of half time to move the visitors up to 10th and leave their opponents rock bottom of the table.

Leamington had a great night as they thumped Gloucester City 4-1. The highlight of the game was a terrific hat-trick from veteran and ex-Aston Villa striker Stefan Moore.

And finally Worcester City secured a 2-1 win at home to Lowestoft Town. This was only Worcester’s second win of the season and it puts them into 13th place and clear of the relegation zone.