Match Report used courtesy of Paul Armstrong of the Workington AFC website.
The health risk that is supporting Workington Reds continues to excite and frustrate in unequal measures.
This was an excellent advert for the division with both teams going for a win,
which resulted in a thoroughly entertaining game, with a draw probably a fair
It was an early start and late finish when it came to goals when the Whites took on Frickley Athletic in Yorkshire.
A match which won't live long in the memory as a spectacle by all accounts was important perhaps only for the result...
From the 1st minute to the 90th....
10-man Widnes beaten at Chasetown
5 star service from Hilton as Mariners win again...
Belper Town earned an important victory at the Fenland Stadium which took them to the fringes of the play off places, writes Nigel Oldrini.
A painful reminder that Reds still have much work to do to pull clear of the relegation zone, losing heavily after dominating 80% of the game.
Carlton Town’s Evo-Stik league future hangs by a thread following a hugely damaging 2-1 defeat at home to Spalding Utd.
Mossley 1 Skelmersdale United 0
Its a 2-1 loss at Market Drayton as the hosts win their first game in ten
Alan Bateson reports as Brig come unstuck at Stafford.
OWLS FLY TO COMFORTABLE WIN
Colne earned a valuable point when they travelled to in form side Leek Town on Saturday and with any luck would have come away with a win.
Match Report kindly supplied by: Andrew Simpson, Senior Sports Writer, Mid-Cheshire Guardian series - http://www.northwichguardian.co.uk/sport/
Hillmen back to winning ways in relegation 6 pointer!
At Long Last We Are Back To Winning Ways
Jack Walters’ first goals for the club reignited Tadcaster Albion’s play-off hopes after a 2-1 win at Loughborough Dynamo.
After none all season it's now a hat trick of home wins for Scott Dundas' side.
SKELMERSDALE UNITED 1 CLITHEROE 4
By Chris Musson
It was all change at The Meres last night with a rejuvenated Grantham Town toppling title-chasing South Shields
Late penalty earns Brig a draw.
Three consecutive defeats at The Neuven now for Radcliffe.
Widnes heavily beaten by high-flying Mossley
Albion suffer from too many handicaps
Carlton Town’s relegation worries increased with a 2-1 defeat at Belper Town.
Daniels boss Graham Drury feels his side's next two games will be crucial to their push for the play-offs after Stamford were held to a goalless home draw by Frickley Athletic on Saturday.
Tadcaster Albion's second half fight-back wasn't enough as a missed penalty by Joe Lumsden was followed by an outrageous winner for Sheffield FC.
Threesy does it for Mariners at MTA...
Belper Town returned to winning ways in the Evo-Stik League East Division as they defeated Carlton Town 2-1 at the Silver X Stadium, writes Jack Drury.
A "winning draw" for Brig
Wild is the wind
Colne’s bid for the play-offs suffered a setback at Prescot Cables on Saturday when they went down to defeat after taking an early lead.
A goal in each half from Reds veterans, Jason Walker and Garry Thompson, and a good solid defensively display helped achieve a best ever win at Grange Lane.
For the second home match in a row, the Hillmen ship 5
Scott Metcalfe gets his first boro goal & Ben Wharton his 18th of the season as the promotion challengers win their first game in five.
Two second half goals saw Chasetown leave the north-west without a point.
A second half slump saw Tadcaster Albion slip out of the play-off places for the first time in several months as Brighouse bulldozed their way to victory.
Widnes beaten on Halton Stadium homecoming
Marske edged a hard-fought encounter at the Linden Club which ensured they
climbed four places up the table and in to 8 th place.
Stamford suffered a heavy defeat on the road as Frickley scored four second half goals to condemn the Daniels to a second successive loss.
Watt a way to win a game!
Looking to have secured an invaluable point in their quest to avoid relegation, the Tulips were undone by a goal in added-time...
OWLS SUFFER FIRST DEFEAT FOR TWO MONTHS
Reds put together back-to-back league wins for the first time this season as they emerged thoroughly deserved victors against one of their relegation-threatened rivals.
Another trip to the Novus Stadium ended in disappointment for Blues as a late goal condemned them to a 2-1 defeat.
EVO-STIK League West Division leaders Atherton Collieries have signed winger Connor Hughes on loan from National League North side Curzon Ashton.
Leek Town’s Bowland Brewery Player of the Month for January, Jack Sanders, has signed a contract with the EVO-STIK League West Division club.
Title chasing South Shields have signed former Inverness Caledonian Thistle striker Connor Bell.
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