VERNON AT THE DOUBLE CLAIMS THE POINTS!
Valiant display but points are shared.
Seething Stamford manager Graham Drury slammed his side's play-off prospects after the Daniels let victory slip from their grasp for the second successive Saturday.
Widnes sink struggling Skem
Carlton Town’s relegation worries increased after they were thrashed 6-2 at home by Pontefract Collieries.
The Whites faced another tough task when high-flying Brighouse visited Ashby Avenue.
A second consecutive 3-0 defeat, coupled with results elsewhere, sees spectre of relegation loom large once again for the Tulips...
Grantham Town suffered their first home defeat since the beginning of February, going down to a single second half goal from the Bucks.
Damp squib at the Lane
Widnes 4 Skelmersdale United 1
Belper Town’s unbeaten league run came to an end after they were defeated 2-0 by Loughborough Dynamo at the ADT Stadium, writes Jack Drury.
Chasetown levelled it at the death after 10-man Ramsbottom had come from behind.
Tadcaster Albion recorded their fifth straight victory in the Evo-Stik East League after second half strikes from Aiden Savory and Joe Lumsden saw off strugglers Spalding United.
Mariners slip to narrow defeat in the North East...
Widnes frustrated by Droylsden in draw
Stamford saw victory snatched away from them for the second successive away game as Brighouse eqalised in injury time claim a point at the Yorkshire Payments stadium.
Caretaker manager Sean Wright has lost his first game in charge 4:0 to Morpeth Town, despite a strong team performance.
By Chris Musson
A late goal for the home side denied the Gingerbreads a point on the road
Late drama at MTA but Seadogs hold on...
SEASIDERS INFLICT MORE MISERY ON OWLS
Brig fail to capitalise on an early goal.
Belper Town made it five league games unbeaten with a convincing 4-1 victory over Stocksbridge Park Steels at the Silver X Stadium, writes Danny Bloomer.
Three points lifts Witton to ninth in the table.
Ben Wharton becomes Radcliffe's 3rd all time scorer in a dominant win at Kendal
The second-half dismissals of Rudy Misambo and James Cullingworth gave the league-leading hosts an advantage they duly took...
A draw was a tough result to take in a game where Marske had more than enough
chances to win but didn’t take them and were hit by a late Belper equaliser.
Another goal for top scorer Joe Lumsden and a stunning free-kick from Paddy Miller saw Tadcaster Albion defeat Wisbech Town at the i2i Stadium.
Skelmersdale United 1 Kendal Town 0
An unusually downbeat Lee Andrews questioned his players’ attitude after this tame surrender in West Yorkshire.
Widnes take narrow victory back to Halton
Skelmersdale United 0 Glossop North End 3
Stamford saw their play-off hopes suffer a severe setback after a 2-0 home reversal to promotion rivals Ossett United on Saturday.
Glossop earnt a point on the road at Droylsden although they could have won all three.
Behind the scenes Lincoln United enjoyed a good week with the relationship with Lincoln City growing stronger to both clubs benefit, and the hosting of a tremendous BHF charity game on Friday night.
Just like two weeks ago at Whitby, the Gingerbreads conceded two first half goals away from home
Mariners draw blank at Marston Road...
Still no joy for Brig on the road.
Marske fans faced the trip home feeling the team deserved more after defeat to Tadcaster.
A Kingsley Williams thunderbolt and a Ben Wharton Penalty blast Radcliffe back into the title race.
Belper Town snatched a draw in the last minute against last season’s Northern League Champions Marske United to extend their unbeaten league run to four games, writes Nigel Oldrini
Another game played in atrocious weather so full credit to the players of Hyde United and Workington for attempting to entertain in such testing conditions.
PIKES HOOKED BY PATIENT CLEE
Colne faced their toughest test so far this season with a trip to league leaders Atherton Collieries on Saturday but came away with the three points despite going a goal behind on the hour.
Match Report kindly supplied by Paul Harper
Clean sheet and 3 at the other end sees all 3 points to The Hillmen
Tyler Blake scored twice as Carlton Town finally secured a home league win with a 3-1 victory over Lincoln Utd.
Chasetown won on the road again with three second half goals.
The weekly Evo-Stik NPL Show returns this week as we look ahead to this weekend's matches in the Northern Premier League Premier Division.
Frickley Athletic have signed striker Luke Hinsley from EVO-STIK League Premier Division side Matlock Town.
Nantwich Town have signed goalkeeper Lloyd Allinson on loan from FC United until the end of the season.
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