Stamford’s five match unbeaten run came to an end at fellow play-off contenders Sheffield FC.
The Whites travelled to the north-east hopeful that they could arrest their slide and get that elusive win.
No joy for Brig on their travels.
By Chris Musson
Grantham Town suffered an embarrassing defeat to lowly Stafford Rangers
Spalding United turned in their best performance of the season to hammer seven goals past promotion-chasing Ponte Colls!...
Skelmersdale United 0 Chasetown 2
Chris Willcock brings back many of the class of '15 and show Glossop how to play
MOATMEN LATEST VICTIMS OF CLEE SURGE!
Reds cruised to their first win of 2019 and the only disappointment was the failure to improve their negative goal ratio.
Colne saw off the challenge of Market Drayton Town with an eight goal attacking display at the Sovereign Play Stadium on Saturday.
Belper Town scored both goals in this hard fought and entertaining encounter at the Silver X Stadium, writes Nigel Oldrini.
Chasetown picked up maximum points from bottom placed Skelmersdale.
A Riece Bertram equaliser ensured nine-man Carlton Town earned another point away from home as they drew 1-1 at Ossett Utd this afternoon.
Shaw shanks redemption for Mariners at MTA...
The Boro fail to shake Mossley curse as they fall in a seven goal thriller
A pulsating and full-blooded game saw Blues beat league leaders Radcliffe 2-1 at Harrison Park.
Lomax rescues a point with dramatic equaliser
After a week working hard to bring in one or two new faces which ultimately proved fruitless, manager Sam Wilkinson urged his current squad to give everything to bring about a much-needed win.
Stamford stormed to their biggest away win of the season with a crushing 4-0 success at Carlton Town on Saturday.
All square again versus Pickering
Grantham earned a point at the Throstle's Nest
Belper led by two goals to nil at half-time but fell apart in the second half, writes Richard Phelps.
Newcastle Town 1 Skelmersdale United 1
Mariners continue run at Silverlands...
Carlton Town’s miserable home record continued as they were hammered 4-0 by Stamford.
Match Report kindly supplied by: Andrew Simpson, Senior Sports Writer, Mid-Cheshire Guardian series - http://www.northwichguardian.co.uk/sport/
The relegation dogfight continues for Matt Easton and his troops after a 2-1 defeat near the Steel City...
"Its a difficult place to come, its hostile they're over the moon you can see it with the reaction after the game, jumping around singing like they've won the league and as I said to the players. It shows how much it means to teams to beat you."
"Seen the lights go out Manchester"
7-UP FOR RESILIENT OWLS
Colne’s first ever visit to Kidsgrove Athletic yielded a valuable three points in a hard fought game on Saturday.
Workington’s relegation worries intensified with another heavy defeat and, on the evidence of this showing, they could be playing Step 4 football next season.
Five Star Brig Beat Hyde.
Farsley Celtic climbed to the top of the Evo-Stik Premier Division table after sharing the points with Grantham Town.
Chasetown's recent unbeaten run came to an end with two of the three goals tinged with controversy.
Tadcaster Albion’s first home game of 2019 ended honours even against Cleethorpes Town, but frustration was still prevalent.
Blues claimed a point from their first ever trip to Ramsbottom United in a 1-1 draw.
Blues ended a 25-year wait to record a win on New Years Day with a 4-1 victory over Newcastle Town.
It’s now no win in seven for the Whites and despite a close first half between the two sides home team Stamford came out on top in the end.
Despite a good start to the game, the Gingerbreads ended up well beaten at Bamber Bridge.
A quick-fire second half goal double boosted Stamford's play-off hopes at the expense of their promotion rivals following a 2-0 home success over Lincoln United on Saturday.
Skelmersdale United 1 Trafford 6
A Late Equaliser From Charles 'The Goals' Knowles Secures The Point
Mariners make it three from four...
The Blues are angels of the north...
A Ben Wharton Double and goals from Sam Billington & Louis Myers give boro maximum points in title race.
GOALS GALORE AS CLEE MARCH ON!
Even by Workington standards, this was a bizarre day leaving directors, players and supporters angry and frustrated by such dramatic circumstance.
Colwyn Bay midfielder Craig Pritchard has been selected to play for Wales in the Futsal World Cup qualifiers in Moldova next week.
Workington captain Gari Rowntree has been presented with a framed shirt to commemorate his 400th appearance for the club.
Bamber Bridge have confirmed that Paul Dawson has left the club to join EVO-STIK League Premier Division rivals Lancaster City.
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