Farsley Celtic extended their lead at the top of the Evo-Stik Division One North despite only drawing 2-2 at Colwyn Bay, after Lancaster City lost at Droylsden.
Adam Clayton got both goals for the Yorkshire side and they looked to be on their way to securing the three points, but Daniel Andrews and Jamie Rainford ensured the scores ended level.
Lancaster missed their chance to take advantage after they conceded late with Dylan Smith poking home, it means there are two points between the teams, with Celtic also having a better goal difference.
In the race for the play-offs, Ossett Town rose to third thanks to a 3-1 win against Prescott Cables with Danny Frost sealing the victory with an added time strike.
Glossop North End inflicted Colne’s first defeat since February with Ben Richardson scoring a late winner with ten minutes to go.
Scarborough Athletic made it six wins in a row after beating Bamber Bridge 3-0. The Seadogs are now a point off the play-off places. Clitheroe are a place behind Athletic after beating Ossett Albion 2-0.
Brighouse Town are now unbeaten in eleven games. They remain with a chance of breaking into the top five after defeating Radcliffe Borough 3-0.
Elsewhere Kendal Town defeated Mossley 3-0, Matt Poole and a double from Matthew Dudley helped the hosts to all three points. While Hyde United’s Matthew Beadle scored twice in a 2-1 victory away at Tadcaster Albion.
Goole kept alive their chances of staying up after beating Ramsbottom United 4-2 at home, Dave Taylor and Derry Robson’s team know they must win all their remaining games and hope results elsewhere go their way if they are to remain in the division next season.