Report by Steve Hobson. Pictures Jeremy Sayle
The Ducks fell to only their second home defeat of the season as they run out of steam against the Gingerbreads.
An injury time goal by Kevin Hemagou saw Carlton Town slip to a 2-1 defeat at home to Lincoln Utd.
Match report to follow..
Status Quo In The League Table
A last gasp goal from Tom Owens earns Albion the three points to continue the unbeaten run to NINE games.
LATE LATE SHOW EARNS POINT!
Two goals in stoppage time saw fifth placed Prescot Cables come from behind to snatch all three points at Volair Park.
Brig triumph in South Shields thriller!
Belper were held to 2-2 with strugglers Romulus as both sides finished with ten men, writes Nathaniel Kay.
“I don’t like Saturdays” could be adopted as Reds’ new theme tune.
Colne bounced back from the disappointment of Saturday with an outstanding performance to see off the challenge of Colwyn Bay at the Utility Renewals Stadium on Tuesday night.
Chasetown were denied by an equaliser deep into stoppage time.
The rustiness of the enforced winter break is still biting the team as they fell to their second defeat in a row.
Daniels boss Graham Drury hailed the character and battling qualities of his side after they pocketed three priceless points in their promotion quest on Saturday.
A goal in each half saw the spoils shared by two teams intent on putting on a good show for the hardy few who braved the arctic cold!...
Clinical finishing was the difference between the two sides as Grantham dominated the possession,
Skelmersdale United 2 Colne 0
By Chris Musson
Egan Shines as Blues miss chance to go sixth
Reds continue to be consistently inconsistent, not only from week to week but, on this occasion, quite decent in one half to running on empty in the second.
Radcliffe brushed aside as Colls unbeaten run continues.
In blizzard conditions, Church dropped 2 vital points in a poor game spoiled by conditions
Marine dig deep but lose 3-2 to The Pitmen on a dramatic day
Sweeping in a Wezzie wonderland!!!
Goals from four different players give Witton the three points
A late converted penalty by playoff chasing Stocksbridge Park Steels deprived Loughborough Dynamo of a deserved share of the points at a wintry Nanpantan Sports Ground.
Report by David Robinson. Picture Jez Sayle
Colne slid to defeat against Skelmersdale United at a wintry Volair Park on Saturday.
Match report to follow
Farsley Celtic made it four consecutive wins as they fought-back in difficult conditions to defeat Matlock Town.
Brig’s unbeaten run comes to an end at the hands of league-leaders Hyde Utd.
Despite freezing temperatures, Belper Town comeback to draw against Spalding United, writes Nathaniel Kay
Tadcaster’s eight-game unbeaten run came to an end as former Brewer Danny Frost struck in the snow.
The Royals dodge the snow to come out on top!
Bedworth netted a goal in each half to win the battle for a play off place.
Alex Troke and Jamie McAteer on target in straightforward win
Mariners banish Blues at MTA...
Lincoln United continued their recent excellent run of form with a 4-1 win last night over rock-bottom Sheffield at the Sun Hat Villas stadium.
Ben Hutchinson scored direct from a corner as Carlton Town came from behind to earn a draw against Stocksbridge Park Steels.
Belper displayed no signs of rust after playing for the first time since February, beating Kidsgrove Atheltic comfortably by three goals, writes Nathaniel Kay
Kendal Town 2 Skelmersdale United 3
A stunning performance and result which has lifted everyone at the club, so full credit to the management and the last XI standing for completing an impressive double over the league leaders.
Loughborough Dynamo came away from the club’s first visit to league newcomers Peterborough Sports with a 2-1 win, completing their first double of the season.
Blues fight back in physical contest
An 89' winner from Ryan Winwood edged Church 3 points nearer to automatic promotion spot.
Disappointing performance from hosts stalls play off push
George Hodgson reports as Brig are held by Droylsden at The Sir Tom Finney Stadium.
By Dave Parker
The Northern Premier League's managers have rolled the dice in the transfer market for the last time this season.
Julio Arca, Liam Hearn, Jordan Hulme, Lee Shaw and Nathan Valentine are the five finalists in the running to be named as the EVO-STIK NPL Show's 2018 'Fans' Player of the Year'.
A stoppage time goal condemned Carlton Town to a 2-1 home defeat by Lincoln United at Stoke Lane in the only game in the EVO-SIK League South on Wednesday night, writes Pitchero's Steve Whitney.
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