Salford City moved back to the top of the league following their 3-2 win over Spennymoor Town at The Peninsula Stadium.
Tom Walker’s corner was turned in by Carl Piergianni as the Ammies raced to an early lead, but it was soon cancelled out when Nathan Lowe’s free-kick was picked up by the wind and beat Salford stopper Max Crocombe.
The Moors then went in front as Ryan Hall finished off a fine counter attack.
However, two short-range Walker goals in the space of eight minutes ensured that the hosts turned the game back in their favour.
Harrogate Town’s 1-1 draw with Tamworth means that the Ammies have a two-point cushion at the top.
A fantastic comeback from FC United of Manchester earnt them a thrilling 4-4 draw with Boston United at York Street.
The Pilgrims took an early advantage via Reece Thompson, who coolly slotted past Lloyd Allinson inside three minutes.
Jamie McGuire’s deflected strike doubled Boston’s lead before Ashley Hemmings added a third with a penalty.
FC United began their comeback with a powerful strike from Craig Lindfield in the 52nd minute.
Jeff King tapped in to reduce the deficit to just one, but Hemmings netted his second for the hosts with a curling free-kick from a tight angle.
However, with two minutes of the 90 remaining, Gerard Garner looped his header home to give the MFA side renewed hope.
The comeback was complete in stoppage time when Lindfield dramatically nodded in from close range.
Curzon Ashton’s trip to Blyth Spartans was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.