Late defensive show sees Daniels bring a point back to Lincolnshire.
By Chris Musson
Ossett Town 2 Clitheroe F.C. 2
From a collective good to all-round poor, the contrast between the Trophy success and this latest league failing was there for all to see.
Lincoln United lost their third match on the spin when they were beaten 1-0 by promotion chasing Alvechurch at the Sun Hat Villas stadium.
Belper Town edged a close encounter with Corby Town to secure their first home win under Aaron Webster's stewardship, and their first for almost two months, writes Nigel Oldrini.
EIGHT UNBEATEN AS OWLS SOAR TO THIRD
Mossley 4 Skelmersdale United 4
Church returned to winning ways with a solitary 33' minute winner from Luke Yates
Brothers in arms dig deep to take the spoils
Match report to follow
Two 2nd-half goals see 'The Owls' take the points
Loughborough Dynamo’s current poor run of form continued in Sutton Coldfield when Romulus scored four without reply to take all three points and continue their climb up the league table.
Cables come short
Barwell made it seven away games without defeat when they picked up a 2-0 win away at Workington AFC.
Farsley Celtic returned to winning ways and moved back into the playoff positions with a dominant 3-0 victory against Buxton.
The Boro get no joy in North Wales
Boro hit for six after whirlwind Glossop Start
Despite taking an early lead, the Tulips were pegged back late on by their battling visitors as the game ended 1-1...
Boss Graham Drury felt his side had been 'robbed' as Stamford saw their unbeaten home league record ended by promotion rivals Frickley Athletic on Saturday.
Mariners prove too much to handle in ruthless display
Shaw Lane 0, Whitby Town 0.
Barwell continued their unbeaten away form with a 1-1 draw at Lancaster City.
Watson goal cancelled out by James Lawrie
Mamoke Akaunu hit a brace as Carlton Town won 3-1 at Market Drayton Town.
Back to winning ways for Cables
Carlton Town Complete The 'Double' For The Third Successive Season.
Report by David Robinson. Picture Jez Sayle
Lincoln United lost their second game of 2018 when they were beaten 3-1, despite taking an early lead, by a Leek Town outfit destined for the play-offs.
Belper Town stunned promotion hopefuls Alvechurch with an excellent performance at Lye Meadow to give manager Aaron Webster his second victory away from the Marston's Stadium, writes Nigel Oldrini.
In an close fought encounter, the Royals conceded a 92nd minute goal from the penalty spot to lose to Rushall Olympic by four goals to three.
Skelmersdale United 1 Tadcaster Albion 3
OWLS BATTLE TO LATE POINT
A tale of 3 Daniels & 2 Dannys
Bamber Bridge 3 Ossett Town 2
Colne came out on top in the Evo-Stik Lancashire derby against Ramsbottom United at the Utility Renewals Stadium on Saturday thanks to a late late goal by Matty Morgan.
Pretty much four goals from four chances, as Church miss the chance to make up ground on top six rivals.
By Jack Towers
Farsley's never say die attitude was on show once again as they fought back from two goals down against Grantham Town.
Loughborough Dynamo let a two-goal half time lead slip at home to Kidsgrove Athletic, the game finishing 3-3 with Dynamo down to ten men for the closing stages.
George Hodgson reports as Brig run out winners in 5 goal thriller!
Goals from Pete Davidson, Andy Milne and Joe Pugh saw Tadcaster Albion defeat Skelmersdale United and return to winning ways.
Goal in seventh minute of added time breaks home hearts
A convincing first half saw Chasetown 3 goals to the good by half time.
Points shared as Prescot fails to land knockout blow
The Joy of Six
Points dropped in hillmen Derby
Late equaliser gives Rams a share of the points.
Nil Nil result at Scarborough fair
3 points and a bit of swagger
The Basford United bandwagon continues to roll on, the EVO-STIK League South leaders making it 27 games unbeaten on Saturday with a comfortable 3-0 home win over bottom side Peterborough Sports, writes Pitchero's Steve Whitney.
Only five games were possible in the EVO-STIK League North on Saturday due to the weather with the top two both left inactive bu snow and rain, writes Pitchero's Steve Whitney.
Eastwood Town’s Northern Premier League championship-winning team of 2009 are kicking off together again today (Sunday) in a charity fundraiser to support the wife of former striker Marc Smith.
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