Salford City stay second in the Conference North as they weathered the twin storms of a resurgent York City and Brian to clinch three vital points at The Peninsula Stadium.
Two goals from Liam Hogan and a third from Jack Redshaw saw the Ammies got into a three goal lead but a determined York teamcould have snatched the unlikeliest of points after laying siege to the home goal during the game’s closing stages as Louis Almond and Aidan Connelly got two late goals.
Curzon Ashton claimed all three points at the Tameside Stadium against Boston United, Jordan Wright putting the home side ahead after just nine minutes before Kabongo Tshimanga equalised for the visitors before a second half Baker goal saw the Nash claim the three points.
Stockport County got back to winning ways in style ,registering a first victory in just under a month at Nuneaton Town.Goals from Jason Oswell, Gary Stopforth and Jimmy Ball saw the Hatters home.
FC United are second from bottom in the table after losing to a solitary goal at Chorley, Nick Haughton scored the game’s only goal against a backdrop of horrendous wind and driving rain.
In the Evo Stik Premier three second half goals saw Stalybridge Celtic’s continued resurgence after their bad start to the season as they won 4-2 against Barwell at Bower Field.
Altrincham shared the points in a 0-0 draw at Warrington,the team unable to convert their general superiority into a goal at Cantilever Park. But, with Shaw Lane also drawing, Alty remain top of the table on goal difference.
Shaw Lane were in action at Ashton’s Hurst Cross where a dramatic late penalty saved a point for Ashton in their first ever encounter with their visitors from South Yorkshire after the Ducks had recovered from a two goal deficit in an all-action first half.
In the Evo Stik North, Tom Pratt topped off a man of the match performance for Hyde United FC with a hat trick in appalling conditions at Ewen Fields as the Tigers thrashed Brighouse Town 5-1.
Two second half goals from Droylsden saw them go up to seventh in the table as they defeated lowly Ossett Albion in the fourth meeting of the clubs this season.
Ten man Trafford overcame a stubborn Glossop side to extend their unbeaten run to five games and move up into eighth place,, the hosts made a lightning fast start with two James Dean goals inside eight minutes.
Goals from Akil Grier and Callum Grogan interspersed with a Danny Andrews goal, secured all three points for Radcliffe Borough as they entertained Colwyn Bay.