Trafford shocked promotion-chasing Hyde United with a 1-0 win at Shawe View.
The hosts were awarded a penalty in the 81st minute when Lee Neville was brought down by Kyle Harrison.
Danny Frost made no mistake from the spot and the North held out for a fantastic three points.
Trafford remain in sixth after their fixture away to Radcliffe Borough was postponed.
Mossley got off to a winning start under new joint managers Dave Wild and Terry Hincks as they beat Ramsbottom United 4-2 at the Harry Williams Riverside Stadium.
Mike Fish opened the scoring for the Lilywhites with a low finish, before Andy Keogh doubled their lead after rounding goalkeeper Sam Ashton.
Ramsbottom’s Dean Stott reduced the deficit just after the hour-mark with a powerful shot from 20 yards, but Jack Tuohy restored Mossley’s two-goal advantage just two minutes later.
Luke Jordan produced a neat finish to give the Rams renewed hope in the 70th minute.
However, a header from Tom Dean sealed the win for Mossley 16 minutes from time.
Their match at home to Glossop North End was then postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Droylsden came from behind to earn a 1-1 draw with Atherton Collieries as both sides ended with 10 men at the Butcher’s Arms Ground.
The Colls went ahead after 28 minutes as Liam O’Neill slid the ball past Ritchie Branagan.
However, the Bloods were level just before the interval when Luke Daly’s corner was headed in by Jacques Kpohomouh.
An off-the-ball incident between Atherton substitute Glen Matthews and Droylsden midfielder Daly saw both players shown red in the latter stages of the game.
Droylsden then travelled to Ewen Fields to face Hyde on Monday, but they suffered a 2-1 defeat.
Elliott Rokka squeezed the ball in from a tight angle to give the Tigers the lead.
Ciaran Kilheeney equalised 10 minutes later when he turned in Ben Barber’s cross at the back post.
However, the hosts were back in front shortly afterwards as Dominic Marie flicked on Janni Lipka’s free-kick into the far corner.