The latest from around the league
We stayed in tenth after a 1-1 draw away to Kidderminster Harriers.
League leaders King's Lynn Town weren't in action at the weekend but York were not able to take advantage.
The Minstermen lost 3-1 away to third place Boston United. Kurt Willoughby put York ahead, but goals from Frank Mulhern, Brad Abbott and Andi Thanoj gave the Pilgrims the win that continues their fantastic run.
Fourth place Chester hung on for victory against struggling Blyth. Akwasi Asante and James Jones put Chester in control and they claimed the three points despite ten men Blyth pulling one back though Olly Scott.
Brackley in fifth were held at playoff chasing Spennymoor 0-0.
Altrincham are sixth but missed an opportunity to move higher as they drew 1-1 with Kettering Town. Daniel Nti gave the visitors a shock lead with Toby Mullarkey earning a point for Alty.
Gateshead sit in the final playoff spot after a 1-0 win on the road at Curzon Ashton. Ruairi Keating scored the only goal for the Heed with 20 minutes to go.
Guiseley lost vital ground in the race for the top seven at home to Telford United. Kennedy Digie put Guiseley ahead, but two goals in the second half from Marcus Dinaga gave Telford the win.
Farsley missed the chance to move up to ninth after a 1-1 draw with Alfreton. Daniel Elliott scored for Alfreton with Adam Clayton grabbing a point for Celtic.
Southport also missed the chance to jump up the table after drawing 2-2 at Hereford. Port looked set for victory as they were two ahead through George Newell and Jack Sampson heading into injury time. However, despite only having ten men at this stage Hereford earned a dramatic draw thanks to two from Kelsey Mooney.
Third bottom Gloucester picked up a huge 2-1 win away to bottom of the table Bradford PA. Bernard Mensah and Lewis Brunt put the visitors ahead. It was enough for win despite Liam Hughes pulling one back for Park Avenue.