Late Town equaliser dampens mood...
Chasetown came from behind to win on their return to the Scholars Ground.
Quick-fire goals in each half helped fire Spalding United to a convincing home victory against Khalsa.
Second half goals from Scott Fenwick and Jack Gibbons saw Carlton defeated 2-1 at Consett.
Jamie Mellen netted his first goal for the Dolly Blues while Dom Lawson scored his fifth of the season despite a late comeback from Whitby Town.
PHOTO: Joe Symes
Mark Sanders reports as the Royal took on the League leaders to return with 3 points and maintain the unbeaten run to 9 games!
A decent point at second-placed Rylands...
Jacob Gratton's penalty was not enough to hand Whitby Town all three points as Joseph Bunney earned Workington a share of the spoils.
McGowan strikes twice as Widnes see-off Runcorn
Belper Town’s run of poor form particularly against teams from the North East continued as Hebburn Town ran out comfortable winners.
By Kevin Gibson
Writes Chris Musson
Trafford's struggles continue as they fall to third successive defeat
Goal in either half secures a victory for Khalsa
Lancaster City had to twice come from behind against Bradford Park Avenue despite a late red card to secure a point.
Whites settle for a point in attritional affair
By Will Berwick
Belper Town lost their second successive game for the first time this season, but after another awful display in the first half they improved greatly after the break.
LEEK MOVE ON UP TO SECOND IN THE TABLE
Mark Sanders reports as the Royals provide a thoroughly stunning come back to win against unbeaten opposition!
Niall Davie scored a hattrick as Carlton Town beat Brighouse Town 3-0 at Stoke Lane.
Defeat at home...
Jacob Gratton scored his ninth goal of the season and Jerome Greaves netted his first competitive goal at the Towbar Express Stadium as Whitby Town beat Bamber Bridge in poor weather conditions.
Defensive mistakes gift league leaders the three points
Belper Town were swept away by a Stockton side who stunned the Nailers with a powerful display of clinical finishing.
By Christian Pole
A goal in each half saw honours even in our last game at Boldmere St Michaels.
Writes Roy Fearnhead
TRUE BLUE ARMY CHEER LEEK ON AT CLITHEROE
An excellent point on the road...
Lancaster City took the lead twice in the match and eventually hold on for all three points following a late own goal.
Carlton Town suffered their heaviest defeat of the season as they went down 4-0 at Ashington.
Mark Sanders reports as the Royals unbeaten run continues with a point on the road!
BLUES SLUMP TO SUCCESSIVE DEFEATS
PHOTO: Paul Moran
Defeat up north...
Late controversy at the Leasing.com Stadium condemned Whitby Town to their first away league defeat of the season at the hands of Macclesfield on Saturday afternoon.
Trafford's mini-revival comes to an end!
Belper Town’s win over Liversedge kept them hot on the tail of league leaders Hebburn Town, but the scoreline does not reflect the dominance that the Nailers had in this game.
A second half penalty was the difference in a tight game on Merseyside.
By Ross Chapman
LEEK LOSE TO AVRO
Goals from Bradley Fewster and Junior Mondal ensured all three points for Whitby despite Adam Gell's second half red card.
Marske manager Graeme Lee was forced into two changes for the tough game against Macclesfield, one of the promotion favourites.
Chasetown made a winning return home in front of a bumper crowd of 1,842 in one of the few Northern Premier League games that survived the freezing weather on Saturday.
Postponed games from today have been re-arranged in three of the four divisions.
Award-winning volunteer Mark Frost found light at the end of a personal tragedy by giving his time to his local football club.
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