Goals from Oliver Clark and Ben Hutchinson saw Carlton Town win for the first time in eight games, with a 2-1 success at Wisbech Town.
An uncharacteristic mistake from goalkeeper Dan Haystead ultimately cost the Daniels a share of the points at Loughborough.
Belper led twice and put in a good performance but it wasn’t enough to deny a spirited Lincoln side, writes Richard Phelps.
Road To Hell becomes Heavenly!
This Evo Stik League encounter kicked off in appalling conditions and the freezing rain remained constant throughout the afternoon.
By Chris Musson
Two first-half goals proved enough as the travelling Tulips survived a second-half fightback by their Notts-based hosts, AFC Mansfield!...
Storm Deirdre Creates Appalling Playing Conditions
Match Report kindly supplied by: Andrew Simpson, Senior Sports Writer, Mid-Cheshire Guardian series - http://www.northwichguardian.co.uk/sport/
Blues battled through brutal conditions at Droylsden to win a third successive league game for the first time this season with a 3-2 victory.
Skelmersdale United A-A Kendal Town
Report kindly supplied by Paul Harper
LATE STRIKE DENIES BATTLING OWLS
Boro hit seven at Clitheroe, first half hattrick for Owolabi and 2 assists and a goal for Crothers on a superb away win.
Tadcaster Albion’s final game before Christmas was abandoned after quarter of an hour due to sporadic floodlight glitches at the i2i Stadium.
The Mariners led Albion on two occasions but didn't show the quality needed to take the three points...
Chasetown fell to a narrow 2-1 defeat to Runcorn Linnets.
Debutant Dylan Otshudy netted two minutes from time as Carlton Town drew 2-2 with Marske Utd at Stoke Lane.
Stamford reignited their Evo-Stik League Division One East campaign with a battling 2-0 home success over AFC Mansfield at the Zeeco Stadium on Saturday.
Lincoln United V Tadcaster Albion Match report by Fletcher Deyong, aged 9 years.
RAMPANT OWLS HOLD UP HIGHWAYMEN!
A stunning victory which had seen the Tulips trailing 1-0 with 7 minutes to go, could well prove to be a pivotal turning point in the season!...
Viva la revolucion!!
The Gingerbreads battled through the wind and torrential rain to gain a point yesterday.
Hodkinson hits hat-trick in five-star win
2nd Home Defeat Of The Season
A pulsating game in atrocious conditions was a great advertisement for Evo-Stik Premier Division football but left Reds wondering why they came away pointless, having contributed so much.
Belper Town succumbed to two late goals after leading from the third minute but defeat was a little harsh based on the effort they put in, writes Nigel Oldrini
Glossop almost spring upset on table toppers Runcorn
Radcliffe beat Chasetown 2-1 to move to second in an emotional day at the Neuven Stadium
Goals from Waddecar and Charnock secure a point at a wet and windy Witton.
Second half strikes from Joe Lumsden and Aiden Savory saw the Brewers defeat their promotion rivals Lincoln United extending their unbeaten run to ten matches.
Heavy rain forced the game to be abandoned at half time with Colne and Skelmersdale on level terms at 0-0
Chasetown were defeated at 3rd-placed Radcliffe but gave everything.
Dale’s double cuts Cables down
Carlton Town lost at home yet again as Belper Town won 3-1 at Stoke Lane.
Town recorded back-to-back league wins for the first time since September when they beat Kendal Town 3-0 at Harrison Park.
Blues picked up an important three points with an excellent 2-0 victory at Seel Park against Mossley.
Marske’s first half performance was enough to ensure three points against a spirited
Gresley team who didn’t buckle and tried to play football meaning they put up an
excellent second half performance.
Grantham's afternoon started badly and never recovered.
LIncoln United and Sheffield - both in-form teams - fought out a very entertaining encounter that finished all square and was a credit to both clubs.
A last-gasp equaliser by Conor Marshall and penalty-save by Michael Duggan ensured an invaluable point for the Tulips!...
Stamford returned to league action but failed to breakthrough against resolute Pickering Town.
Belper Town continued their fine run of form with a comprehensive 3-1 win over Carlton Town at the Bill Stokeld Stadium, writes Danny Bloomer.
Report kindly provided by Paul Harper
Skelmersdale United 2 Kidsgrove Athletic 2
Watson shines against Scarborough
Mariners suffer the Blues at MTA...
OWLS SLIP TO NARROW LOSS
Belper Town striker George Milner has committed his future to the club by signing a contract til the end of the 2019/20 season.
The weather didn't stop Tadcaster Albion receiving their Club of the Month award from EVO-STIK League chairman Mark Harris at the weekend.
A home tie with Weymouth awaits the winner of Workington versus Ramsbottom United in the second round of the FA Trophy.
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